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Enable SSO (Single-Signe-on) on Windows 7

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Dear Experts,

I don't even know if this is posible OR if it is a correct terminology; Basically we have a security application called Cisco NAC agent, same as NAP that rely on windows Keberos authentication for SSO.  Client computers keep on asking user to enter their username and password everytime they login to their PC.  the question,  is there any feature on the Widnows that enables SSO or that is something to do with the Cisco NAC agent?

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I believe this is what you are looking for, it provides step by step instructions to ensure your NAC agent and AD are set up properly to allow SSO.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/security/nac/appliance/configuration_guide/461/cas/s_adsso_ps6128_TSD_Products_Configuration_Guide_Chapter.html

hope this helps
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Thanks for that link, I did go through that document, But i thought there might be some feature that can be enabled on windows for Single Signe on on client computers?
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thanks
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Welcome glad it works
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