Azure Single Sign On SSO

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Azure Single Sign On SSO

Postby swingman » Wed Sep 21, 2022 4:21 pm

Hi all,

I have been asked if one of my systems can do Azure SSO.
There is a page in the Wiki of SvySecurity; ... gn-on-(SSO)

Is is as simple as providing the plugin with a suitable URL for authentication?
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Re: Azure Single Sign On SSO

Postby sean » Mon Sep 26, 2022 3:41 pm

Hi Christian,

The SvySecurity Token-based auth is more of a Servoy-managed SSO, meaning you can issue a token which is cached locally and can be reused to authenticate to any number of applications. But it is not federated against a 3rd-party system (like Azure)

For this, you can use OAuth plugin:

...and I think a code snippet in an older post (originally from you ;-)

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