How to create service for windows single sign-on

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Could any one suggest me, how to create a service for windows single sign-on.
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Srinivasulu MuppalaLead DeveloperAsked:
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rindiCommented:
You need servers with a directory service, like Novell Netware with NDS, or Linux with OpenLDAP, or Windows Server with Active Directory.
MlandaTCommented:
Windows
If you are exclusively on Windows, I would suggest you use Active Directory Federation Services. Active Directory is a form of SSO. You applications themselves would need to be configured to use Windows Authentication and in some cases, Active Directory Application Mode (ADAM) to manage application level security and access control. For access from outside your internal network, there is also Microsoft's Web Application Proxy

Third Party
There are several options from open source to commercial (e.g.  IdentityServer3 https://identityserver.github.io/Documentation/docsv2/overview/bigPicture.html, WSO2 https://docs.wso2.com/display/IS500/Architecture).

Here is an implementation of an SSO system which might be implemented without going into all the details of what and how mechanisms such as OAuth work. http://barebonescms.com/documentation/sso/. It's a very well documented example and it even implements OAuth logins from social websites (Google, Facebook, etc).

Here is a discussion around the different considerations when implementing SSO: http://merbist.com/2012/04/04/building-and-implementing-a-single-sign-on-solution/. This does not give an implementation/code though. It's just a discussion on the concepts involved.

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