Single Sign On (SSO)

User Access through Single Sign On (SSO)

Single Sign On can be established so that students and faculty can log in to Student Learning & Licensure (SL&L) by using their Institutional Username and Password. This is helpful so students and faculty do not need to manage a set of login credentials distinctly for SL&L.
SL&L can support three types of Single Sign On protocols (CAS, LDAP, and SAML) which must be established with the aid of an IT contact provided by the Institution.
A Watermark Integration Specialist will work with the Institutional IT contact to give recommendations on what information should be imported, as well as provide a testing environment so that you can ensure that Single Sign On is established properly before establishing in the production environment.
The PDF documents below provide a step-by-step guide to setup Single Sign On.
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