The leading practice for SSO is to use it in conjunction with ACS. That is, have two or more replicating ACS servers that use AD as their backing authentication source. Then, integrate your SSO LMS servers with your ACS cluster.
This way, your users and roles are centralized and replicated. You will not have to configure any local users in your LMS servers.
I discussed this at Networkers a few years ago, but I'm not sure it published on any customer-facing documents. That said, there's nothing tricky about this configuration. It's just the sum of ACS integration and Single Sign On.
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