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Posted on 2006-07-20
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We're looking at putting in a single sign on solution, just wondering what experiences everyone has had using one and what you'd recommend.  

I'm a one man IT department of a small hospital with around 75 PCs.  For the most part it would be used for our 2 different clinical apps.  One runs on DB2 and one runs on AS/400.  Would also be used with Outlook, IE etc.   Cost matters some, but reliability matters more, I'd like something that doesn't require a ton of maintenance on my part also.

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I hope this would be helpful to u

http://www.400security.com/p_solutions_sso_faqs.html
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