Ricky

It depends on the definition. In the fullest meaning (I log into my network once and I have secure access to all my apps) no; however R9 does move a step closer with a single login for IDF (level 1 and 2).

There is also an announced commitment from INFOR that single sign on will be support through the strategic partnerships with microsoft and IBM. I know it is getting very close as they are well down the path in development

Kevin Fox
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Does powerlink handle single sign-on for the IBMi?

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