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single signon

An authentication process in a client/server relationship where the user, or client, can enter one name and password and have access to more than one application or access to a number of resources within an enterprise. Single signon takes away the need for the user to enter further authentications when switching from one application to another.

Single signon is also spelled single sign on or single sign-on and abbreviated as SSO.







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