Single Sign On

With single sign on the user only needs to authenticate once. His credentials go over the wire only once. No credential caching takes place. After the initial authentication the user has a kind of ticket, that is used to access all other services.

Known protocolls are Kerberos for desktop environments and SAML or OpenID Connect for the web.

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