Hello Will,

In Linux the passwords are saved within the browser settings of the users'
account. If I delete the browser settings for a specific user then they
would have to log into Google again otherwise a user stays logged in even
if the account password is changed.

As I recall Windows will save those settings on a specific machine (those
settings do not roam). Do students stay logged in if they log into windows
on a specific (the same) machine?

Maybe it is possible to put the user files on all the machines or have
students use the same machines? Just a thought...

Tom Heller
Tech Educator @ 802 Milton HS
Windows cleaner, Ubuntu user.

On Mon, Oct 24, 2016 at 11:51 AM, John Peters <[log in to unmask]>

> We are using program named Identacor to do that.  We thought about Clever
> but we felt there were too many things that could go wrong and the
> potential for security breeches if we used our SIS as an Identity Manager
> John Peters
> Director of Technology
> North Country Supervisory Union
> 121 Duchess Ave Suite A
> Newport, VT 05855
> (802)3345847 ext 2018
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> Subject: single sign-on
> We're trying to muster up the ambition to get single sign-on working
> between Google and Windows Active Directory.  Has anyone successfully done
> this?  Helpful tips?


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