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                  SAP Single Sign-On

                  SAP Single Sign-On gives users secure access to SAP and non-SAP applications with a single password. Enhance the user experience, strengthen cybersecurity, and streamline administration.

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                  Configure Network Edge Authentication

                  The network edge authentication feature, based on SAP’s web dispatcher and SAP Single Sign-On, provides integrated, simple, and secure web access control for SAP solutions by controlling access to on-premise systems from untrusted networks.

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                  Webinar Recording Available

                  The recording of the recent knowledge transfer webinar about SAP Single Sign-On is now available! Learn about typical single sign-on scenarios and the latest enhancements of the current product version 3.0 Support Package 2.

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                  You can use Kerberos/SPNEGO authentication tokens to easily implement a single sign-on solution for your SAP systems. This requires little implementation effort, but provides a considerable simplification to your employees' authentication processes.

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                  Digital Certificates

                  Implement single sign-on with digital certificates (X.509) for your SAP and non-SAP systems. Use our out-of-the box solution via the Secure Login Server or your own public key infrastructure (PKI).

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                  SAML 2.0

                  Use the identity provider component of SAP Single Sign-On to establish single sign-on across company domains or in the cloud using Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) 2.0.

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                  Mobile Single Sign-On

                  SAP Single Sign-On supports single sign-on from mobile devices, offering both a simple and secure solution for mobile access to your corporate business processes.

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                  Enterprise Security

                  SAP Single Sign-On offers support for advanced security solutions that will help you to improve your corporate security, such as two-factor and risk-based authentication, RFID-based authentication, digital signatures, network edge authentication, and certificate lifecycle management.

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                  Latest Questions and Answers
                  SAP SSO integration with Google GSuite and SAP Gui

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                  S4HANA SSO Multi Domain

                  Hello All, We Have A Scenario where in we are Implementing S4HANA 1809 On AZUR and we want to configure SSO for User login with Windows AD, We have Multiple Domains and Different Versions. Ex: Windows...

                  June 4th, 2019
                  SSO3 reach Fiori Launchpad without logon screen

                  Hi, We have already configured SAP SSO 3.0 ( secure login client) for systems like ABAP and which is tested and working fine. User do not need to enter id and password into this ABAP system and it is ...

                  SSO failed because session cannot be verified

                  Symptom: Reports that can be refreshed by users, fails when scheduled. The error message is: The following database error occurred: (CS) "SSO failed because session cannot be verified ... For informat...

                  Single Sign On - RFID: UID in X.509 Certificate

                  Hi, Regarding the signle sign on by means of RFID. Is it possible to add the UID of the RFID token to the X.509 certificate? Best regards

                  SAP Analytics Cloud SSO Configuration - Clarification for Step 4 account verification

                  We are planning to enable SAML SSO with Azure Active Directory. Once the Azure portal metadata has been uploaded into SAC and a user attribute has been mapped, there is a verification step before savi...

                  May 29th, 2019

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                  May 17th, 2019
                  How to launch SAPGUI with SSO from Fiori Launchpad

                  Introduction Starting with just 25 applications in 2013, SAP Fiori (Fiori 1.0) has grown to have over 10,000 applications in just 5 years. In particular, the number of applications has increased drama...

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                  Some IT security managers are concerned about the fact, that a badly implemented Single Sign-On (SSO) will weaken overall security and may grant unauthorized access to every system tied into it. SSO p...

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                  Overview: For some specific scenarios, the official product documentation explicitly asks for a PSE to be created using the ‘sapgenpse’ command-line tool. This is not a common procedure since most SAP...

                  February 15th, 2019
                  Upgrading Kerberos & SPNEGO implementation

                  How-to-Guide - How to upgrade the implementation of SNC/Kerberos/SPNego Introduction The implementation of Single-Sign On (SSO) in a company can be done following different approaches. While some like...

                  February 12th, 2019

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