The following information explains how you would configure single sign-on across Zephr-run sites when using the Zephr Identity Module.
Using single sign-on, after logging in to Site A, a user will also receive a registered session for Site B (and C, D, etc), when they visit the respective site. This is done through the use of an authentication domain, for example,
This configuration requires input from Zephr Support. If you would like help configuring single sign-on, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Flow 1: New Anonymous User Visits Site A, then Site B
Following Flow 1, a user has two anonymous sessions that are linked via the SSO Token, so logging in to either Site A or Site B will log them into both sites.
Flow 2: User logs in to site A, then visits Site B
Following Flow 2 a user will be logged in to both Site A and Site B.