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