Chapter 7: Configuring Single Sign On in Moodle 2.0

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During the first 6 chapters we have looked at implementing Moodle 2.0 with Microsoft technologies such as Windows Server, SQL Server and Active Directory but having implementing all of these we can increase the user experience by configuring single sign on.

As Kerberos was implemented in chapter 6 which will allow securer authentication but now we are going to implement Single Sign On so users automatically log on with out having to put their username and password in.

During the configuration of single sign on you are required to know a bit about subnet masking.  This is also discussed allowing you to implement Moodle 2 the way you want to.

If you are interested in this chapter it can be purchased with the rest of the ebook in PDF, epub and mobil version for the BFC Networks shop.

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If you are interested in this chapter it can be purchased with the rest of the ebook in PDF, epub and mobil version for the BFC Networks shop.

http://www.bfcnetworks.com/products-page/moodle/ebook-moodle-2-with-microsoft-technologies/

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