SAS provides these single sign-on (SSO) features:
To bypass the logon prompt when launching a desktop application (such as SAS Information Map Studio, SAS Enterprise Guide, SAS Data Integration Studio, SAS OLAP Cube Studio, or SAS Management Console), use Integrated Windows authentication. The client and the metadata server must be in the same Windows domain or in domains that trust each other. See Integrated Windows Authentication.
Note: An alternate method for avoiding the initial logon prompt for a desktop application is to save credentials in a client-side connection profile. This method is supported on all operating systems. If you have more than one connection profile, designate a profile that includes your credentials as your default connection profile. Some sites don't allow users save credentials in their connection profiles. See Password Policies.
To bypass the logon prompt when launching a SAS Web application (such as SAS Web Report Studio or SAS Information Delivery Portal), use Web authentication. See Web Authentication.
Seamless access to data servers and processing servers is provided by mechanisms including SAS token authentication, Integrated Windows authentication, credential reuse, and credential retrieval. See Authentication to Data Servers and Processing Servers.