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SSO User Authentication

Damian Rangitutia asked 1 year ago
SmartConnect 21 no longer uses windows authentication, instead uses an application username and password which adds a requirement for organisations to manage a separate credential.
SmartConnect supporting an SSO such as SAML would eliminate the need for a separate credential, and allow organisations to manage authentication through their existing corporate network.
Mark replied 6 months ago

This is a very important requirement, especially since the AD integration was taken away in SC2021. Please move this to the top of the list.

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