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Hi We are building apps with sharepoint 2013. Currently we have them setup as two web applications with two separate domain names -

  • Wep App 1 - www.webapp1.com
  • Web App 2 - www.webapp2.com

We also have ASP.net membership role provider database which we use for authentication. right now we want to implement Single Sign On for both the Web App. If i Authenticate with one web app and i try to navigate to the other web app i should not be asked to re-authenticate again.

How can i achieve this. i cannot use ADFS as we maintain a separate database with all the user info as a part of asp.net membership role provider. Can someone guide me on how this can be achieved.

Appreciate your time.

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  • should be asked to re-authenticate again oR shldnot be ?
    – Nikhil J
    Commented Oct 21, 2013 at 20:33
  • single sign on - should not ask to re-authenticate. Commented Oct 21, 2013 at 21:06
  • Comon guys no update ...? Commented Oct 22, 2013 at 14:56

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You can create a custom Trusted Identity Provider (STS, security token service) with your own membership inside. Few links to dig deeper:

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