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SSO Common Content

Introduction and general points

Single sign-on (SSO) is a property of access control of multiple related, but independent software systems. With this property a user logs in with a single ID and password to gain access to a connected system or systems without using different usernames or passwords, or in some configurations seamlessly sign on at each system. This means that single page is used to log in to multiple applications which are enabled / disabled for each user account by supervisor admin based on software modules ordered from ginstr. This multiple log in is ensured with common ticket which is added as post-fix in browser address of each application. (example here goes ticket number generated by SSO server) In browser application opens in different browser tab always so that SSO server tab stay opened and user can easily operate in both SSO server tab and in opened application tab.

ginstr SSO server is located on address

SSO log in screen

In bottom right corner of SSO log in screen there is drop down with languages where user have possibility to choose language in which SSO content will be displayed (NOTE: Not all listed languages are supported yet. If user choose unsupported language then content will be displayed in English)

drop down menu with languages

Below log in form on right side of log in form there is link "questions and answers (FAQ)" which when clicked opens page with frequently asked questions where user can find some help regarding registration process and other content needed for start of work with ginstr platform

position of FAQ link on log in screen
FAQ page

In case user doesn't find needed answer on FAQ page or in this manual then on right side of log in screen there is chat which when clicked opens chat window where user can chat directly with ginstr customer support.

position of chat on SSO log in page

If user already have Facebook or Google account then in this case below log in form on left side of log in form there are two buttons which allow user to log in to ginstr SSO with their existing Facebook or Google accounts. Once click on this buttons if not logged in to Facebook or Google user will be asked for authorization and if already logged in user will be asked to grant access to ginstr.