Technical Documentation

Single Sign-On For Zephr Sites

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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, <org-name>.auth.zephr.com.

This configuration requires input from Zephr Support. If you would like help configuring single sign-on, please email support@zephr.com.

Single Sign-On

Flow 1: New Anonymous User Visits Site A, then Site B

Flow 1, Anonymous User Visits Site A, then visits 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

Flow 2- User logs in on site A, then visits Site B

Following Flow 2 a user will be logged in to both Site A and Site B.