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Configuring IIS for Single Sign-On from Web Clients
Note: The following information applies to TestTrack web clients and the Seapine License Server Web Admin.
Seapine applications support single sign-on for Active Directory users. Single sign-on allows you to use your network credentials to automatically log in instead of using a separate username and password.
To use single sign-on, web clients must be hosted by a Microsoft IIS web server with Windows integrated authentication enabled and users must use one of the supported browsers for the Seapine License Server or TestTrack.
Note: On Mac and Linux, users are prompted to enter a username and password the first time they log in to the web client. If the credentials are saved, single sign-on can be used the next time the user logs in.
The following information explains how to configure IIS to enable single sign-on. See the License Server Admin help for additional single sign-on requirements and steps for enabling it on the license server.
IIS 7 and later
Enabling Windows authentication
Enabling authentication for Seapine web clients