Single Sign-On for Windows

Enforce Authentication for Every Application

Many organizations have adopted Single Sign-On (SSO) to centralize application access, improve data security and policy compliance, make it easier for users to access their applications, and reduce helpdesk calls for password resets.

Unfortunately, SSO has historically only been available to provide secure access to web-based applications because Windows requires a username and password to log on. Windows applications installed on remote workstations accessed through Microsoft RDP have the same limitations.

Until now, organizations that want to enable SSO for Windows applications have had to adopt expensive, complex, and unwieldy solutions. But, GO-Global’s support for OpenID Connect allows organizations to integrate SSO from companies like Okta™, OneLogin®, and Ping Identity® directly into GO-Global hosts, providing a better user experience while enforcing the user authentication the organization wants.

Eliminating User Logons Makes Everyone Happy.

End Users

Access all their apps with just one logon.

IT Teams

Audit and manage end users more easily.

IT Security

Enforce policy and maintain compliance.

Reduce Risk and Cost.

Leverage Existing Investment

Secure Windows apps with your current SSO.

Low Price Point

GO-Global’s price point works for any organization.

Eliminate Password Disasters

Avoid the risk of static or reused passwords.

Reduce Risk and Complexity.

Domain Controllers

When SSO controls access to every app, who needs domain controllers?

Custom Credential Providers

Use GO-Global and your SSO to avoid costly customization.

Interactive Logons

Reduce service account misuse.

GO-Global Security Goes Beyond SSO.

Strong Encryption

TLS-based transport with high encryption is standard.

2-Factor Authentication

Extra protection for vulnerable remote desktops.

Proprietary Protocol

Closed source RapidX Protocol for connectivity.