Timothy Penner <tpen...@4d.com<mailto:tpen...@4d.com>> responded to Bob Miller 

>The whole idea with Single Sign On is that the user logs in to the machine, 
>and then subsequent system

>they use while logged in to the machine will use the same login credentials 

That's what I thought, but here (a Fortune 6 company) they are ultra-secure and 
SSO means that while you may have one user name and one password, but in 
addition to logging into your workstation or the network (Windows Login) you 
are also required to use it to log in to every application separately. So SSO 
means different things to different people.


Optum, Inc

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