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This may not be the right place for this, but I was wondering if anyone had any experience with any Single Sign-On solutions. My company is wanting to look at going to an SSO solution. My boss has asked me to research this, so I thought I would ask if anyone knew of any good solutions out there. I've looked at Novell's solution a little bit. Any help or suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.
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I'm not sure if this is what you mean, but my high school's sysadmin team (who I know personally) is researching authentication and found the Yubikey to be the most qualified: http://www.yubico.com/yubikey
    
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Whats it for? Single sign on for windows and access to network shares? If so windows server setup as a domain controller is the way to go.
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Typically, depending on your network setup...the industry standards are authentication through a domain server, ie: Active Directory. The other option relies on authenticating against an LDAP server.

What application will single-sign-on for?
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As stated, standard fare is deploying an Active Directory domain.
Once you sign on to your PC, your credentials are automatically applied to any server that is an AD member (ie> File servers w/ permissions based on user, various user level permissions depending on local and domain policies, etc).

A lot of technologies are also able to sync with LDAP (CallManager, Exchange, etc).
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We have AD set up, but our users also have to log in to IBM iSeries, Lawson, Kronos, and some other applications. We're looking for a way for them to use only their domain account to login, but have access to all of these other applications if that makes sense. I guess basically something to tie all their different accounts into their domain account.
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Cisco ACS is great. I'll have to see if it is compatible with all the applications you listed.

Just point the applications to the ACS server for authentication. The ACS server can point to multiple domains at once, plus offers upto EAP-TLS authentication.
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Cisco ACS is great. I'll have to see if it is compatible with all the applications you listed.

Just point the applications to the ACS server for authentication. The ACS server can point to multiple domains at once, plus offers upto EAP-TLS authentication.
Sounds interesting. I'm going to ask our account manager from Cisco about it. Maybe he can set up a demo for us.
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