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Thread began 9/09/2015 10:45 am by mrobben375515 | Last modified 9/09/2015 1:25 pm by mrobben375515 | 136 views | 1 replies

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Single Sign-on for Web Assist Admin Sites

I have multiple admin sites for the WA admin tools PowerMessanger, PowerGallery, CMS, and eCart6. I want to build 1 portal for my client to login to and from there they can access any of the admin tools, given that they have user access. One thought is to create a user table and put in a URL single sign-on string that will log the user in. Will that work and if so, what would that string build be? Do you have any other suggestions on accomplishing this?

I am also concerned about syncing the multiple user tables. Can all the WA tables point to 1 user table and 1 customer table? Should I ask this under a new thread?

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