HuskyID Single Sign-On
What is HuskyID Single Sign-On?
HuskyID Single Sign-On permits you to sign on a single time and access multiple supported resources without having to sign on separately for each resource.
How HuskyID Single Sign-On works
- You cannot log directly into HuskyID Single Sign-On without going directly to a specific resource.
- When you try to access a resource protected by HuskyID Single-Sign On, you will be presented with the sign on screen.
- When you enter your HuskyID credentials and click "Sign On", you will be sent directly to the resource you were trying to access.
- If you then try to access another resource protected by HuskyID Single Sign-On within the same web browser session, you will bypass the sign-on page and be sent directly to the new resource without having to type in your HuskyID credentials.
- If you try to bookmark the HuskyID Single Sign-On logon page or use your browser's back button to get back to the logon page you will be presented with an error message. Instead, bookmark the URL or link you used to navigate to the resource you'd like to bookmark.
- HuskyID Single Sign-On requires that you have cookies in your browser enabled.
Important Sign-Off Information
- HuskyID Single Sign-Off is not currently supported, so there is no single logoff button.
- You will remain signed on until all web browser windows are closed.
- It is especially important to remember to sign out by closing all web browser windows if you are using a kiosk computer or share a single computer logon with other people.
- If you leave your web browser session open and unsecured after signing in to a resource, if someone tries to access a resource protected by HuskyID Single Sign-On on your computer, they will be signed on as you automatically without having to enter your HuskyID credentials - so always remember to close your web browser windows when you wish to sign off.
- If you have an option on your browser set to restore your previous session, it may be possible that closing your web browser will not effectively sign you off. Mozilla Firefox is one of the browsers where it is easy to set this option. When on a shared computer logon, you should either set Firefox to instead open a home page or a blank page when it starts or else be certain you do not have a HuskyID Single Sign-On protected resource actively open in any tab or window while you exit the browser.