In the Active Directory infrastructure, the well-known Integrated Windows Authentication with Negotiate (Kerberos) is widely used and enabled by default. Many apps, especially Intranet apps, were not portable into mobile device apps because the Integrated Windows Authentication method (which can use Kerberos or NTLM) was missing on the mobile device framework.
This sample app shows how you can now use the Samsung SSO SDK to get a Kerberos authentication token and use it to access an on-premise time server.
- an introduction to the Samsung SSO SDK, see Improved Single Sign-On (SSO) in Samsung Knox
- more info about how to use the Samsung SSO SDK, see the Samsung SSO SDK Developer Guide
- details about the API methods, see the API Reference
- a sample app that gets a SAML authentication token, see SSO for a SaaS App
- questions about the sample apps, see the Developer Forum
The Samsung SSO SDK does not require an ELM or KLM license.