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Krishna J (Customer) asked a question.
SSO across domains and user stores

We have 3 customer facing web applications, running on 3 different domains. 2 of them share user accounts and 3rd has it's own user store. We want to enable desktop browser based SSO across the apps with a common login page on 4th domain.  We also need to SSO with our partners. Could you provide us a starting point for this design?

We have 3 customer facing web applications, running on 3 different domains. 2 of them share user accounts and 3rd has it's own user store. We want to enable desktop browser based SSO across the apps with a common login page on 4th domain.  We also need to SSO with our partners. Could you provide us a starting point for this design?

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Thanks for posting Krishna. I&#39;m tagging the <a class="grpAnchor" href="/Support/Group-Detail/PingFederate-Q&A">@PingFederate Q&A</a>, the experts who follow that group will be able to give you advice.
Answer   -   Like Share   -   February 1, 2016 at 5:38 PM
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Thanks for posting Krishna. I'm tagging the @PingFederate Q&A, the experts who follow that group will be able to give you advice.
Like   -   February 1, 2016 at 10:13 PM
We solved this by using a Composite Adapter that tries Kerberos to Domain1, then tries Kerberos to Domain2, then has a Forms Login as a fallback.
Like   -   February 11, 2016 at 4:35 PM
Thank you, Brian. When I said domain, I only meant DNS domains. I am looking into ping federate now.
Like   -   February 11, 2016 at 6:30 PM
Selected as best by Krishna J
Thanks for posting Krishna. I'm tagging the @PingFederate Q&A, the experts who follow that group will be able to give you advice.
Like   -   February 1, 2016 at 10:13 PM
We solved this by using a Composite Adapter that tries Kerberos to Domain1, then tries Kerberos to Domain2, then has a Forms Login as a fallback.
Like   -   February 11, 2016 at 4:35 PM
Thank you, Brian. When I said domain, I only meant DNS domains. I am looking into ping federate now.
Like   -   February 11, 2016 at 6:30 PM