As part of Zephr’s multi-site approach to our software, we offer the ability for your end-users to use single sign-on.
Single sign-on refers to your end-users being logged in to all of your sites, after logging into a single site. For example, logging in to Site A, and receiving an authenticated session for Site B and Site C at the same time. The exact behaviour of Single Sign-On will depend on the configuration.
Configuring Single Sign-On
To enable single sign-on, navigate to Identity > Settings then scroll to the Single Sign-On (SSO) menu.
Here you will have a few options:
- Auto Login means a single login will automatically sign users into all sites.
- Opt In means users will not be automatically signed in but can choose to use an existing sign-on when they sign on to other sites. More details of how to use this option are covered in our Technical Documentation.
- Disabled means a user signing-on to a site will only sign-on to that site.
Once you have selected your configuration option, click Save.
A technical description of Zephr’s Single Sign-On is available here.