Recently one of our existing customers in the Education sector asked us to investigate options to to improve the integration of their customer systems. Currently we manage the web applications that Tutors and Learners use to access learning resources, which we developed using Umbraco.
Tutors also have access to an online customer portal developed by a different agency which enables them to register courses and learners. While this is also a .NET based system it currently has little integration with the Umbraco site. For example, users have two separate log-ins and passwords, and when logged into one application they still have to log into the other when they visit it.
In our client’s upcoming migration to Microsoft Dynamics CRM and NAV they would like to deepen the integration between the systems, and we were asked to investigate how single sign-on could be implemented.
In this article we discuss the Proof of Concept we undertook to prove that single sign-on could be implemented in Umbraco 6.
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