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  1. When you log into an application requiring Single Sign On (SSO) authentication there are two things that happen:
    1. You log into the application, let's call this a "local session".
    2. You also log into the SSO session that is shared with all other services using the SSO login, let's call this a "global session".
  2. If the local session times out before the global session, you will simply be prompted to login again.  
    1. You click the login button and will be taken directly back to the application, without entering your login credentials.  
    2. This basically refreshes your login and can be repeated until the global session times out.

 


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