Single Sig On

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I have been looking into single sign on (SSO)and need some guidance if anyone can help as I am finding it more confusing the more I look at it.

Windows XP does not support SSO

Windows Vista supports SSO

I can use the CSSC as a suplicant to enable SSO in Windows XP.

I can use a NAC to enable SSO in XP.

Not sure if this is correct?

Also I am limited on the security protocols that I can use with SSO?

I have this problem too.
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justin_miller Tue, 11/25/2008 - 14:21

Looks like what you have there is all correct.

What kind of hardware do you have for client cards? Intel proset can be setup in Windows XP to do a prelogon/SSO

There shouldn't be any limitations to your security protocol, I have mainly uses MSchapV2 and EAP-Fast.

Hope some of this helps, and let me know if you have questions

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