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    Danny Bryant commented  · 

    Basically, SSO means that my login credentials automatically pass thru to other applications requiring authentication. In a Windows environment, usually once I log into my computer, any of the other apps just request credentials from my system so I don't have to possibly create a new user id and/or password(s)