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Join the SAP Single Sign-On Customer Engagement Initiative

Interested in sharing your feedback on planned features for SAP Single Sign-On? Join our upcoming customer engagement initiative! We plan to collect customer feedback on existing product features and enhancements planned for the 2015 development cycles. These include risk-based authentication, mobile single sign-on, two-factor authentication, and other. Find out more. March 13, 2015

Configuring SAML 2.0 Authentication for your Secure Login Server

Check out Donka Dimitrova's latest blog to learn how you can “exchange” a SAML assertion for an X.509 client certificate and implement end-to-end single sign-on also for non-SAML systems in a SAML enabled network. March 12, 2015

Reusing Kerberos Token for Issuing X.509 Client Certificates with Secure Login Server

In her latest blog, Donka Dimitrova explains how you can reuse Kerberos tokens for issuing X.509 client certificates with Secure Login Server and achieve end-to-end single sign-on across your corporate landscape. Her new step-by-step guide shows you in detail how to implement this scenario. March 5, 2015

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