dale Posted November 6, 2018 Report Share Posted November 6, 2018 Single Sign-On allows users to sign on to applications without providing their passwords to the application (or having to manage an application-specific password). Instead the user signs on to a SSO provider using SAML2 or oauth. The browser then uses the token provided by the authentication provider to logon to the application. This has numerous advantages, including support of two-factor authentication etc. There are public SSO providers such as Google and Facebook. Also many organizations use internal instances. As SAML2 user authentication is likely to become mandatory for any deployed applications on our network, I was wondering whether Intella Connect could / will include SAML2 in an upcoming release. Many thanks! Dominique Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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