I've done some SAML SSO integrations and work regularly with FreeIPA.
SSO is usually handled via a protocol like SAML, OpenID or Shibboleth, FreeIPA only serves as LDAP Identity database in these architectures.
Our deployments used a "proxy" to handle these authentications and link them with LDAP, SimpleSAMLPHP.
The implementation also depends a lot on the way you want to do SSO, centralized, federated, or cooperative.
I would recommend to take a look at simplesamlphp documentation as it supports almost every SSO protocols and can easily be integrated to proxy SSO web requests.
Le lun. 10 janv. 2022 à 19:50, Jonathan Aquilina <email@example.com> a écrit :
I am just wondering can 389 along side free ipa be used to offer SSO capabilities?
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