> On 11 Jan 2022, at 04:49, Jonathan Aquilina <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Good Evening,
> I am just wondering can 389 along side free ipa be used to offer SSO capabilities?
That's a pretty open ended question. It depends what you mean by "along side" and "SSO".
So I think to understand what you are thinking here we need to know more about what you want to achieve in your environment.
But at a high level the answer is probably "no".
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SUSE Labs, Australia
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