Draft LDAP Single Sign On Token Processing

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LDAP Single Sign On Token is a SASL (Simple Authentication and Security Layer RFC 2222 [RFC2222]) mechanism to allow single sign-on to an LDAP Directory Server environment. Tokens generated by the LDAP server can be transmitted through other protocols and channels, allowing a broad range of clients and middleware to take advantage of single sign-on in environments where Kerberos v5 or other Single Sign On mechanisms may not be avaliable.


William Brown (wibrown@redhat.com)
Simo Sorce (simo@redhat.com)
Kieran Andrews (kieran.andrews@adelaide.edu.au)

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