Single Sign-On (SSO) is now available to faculty and staff that have Accounts domain-joined workstations and log in with their WUSTL Key (Accounts credentials).*
What is Single Sign-On?
Single Sign-On is gaining access to WUSTL Key-enabled web applications without having to enter your WUSTL Key credentials for each web application you visit. You log in once when you log into your workstation with your WUSTL Key (Accounts credentials).
For example, you would not need to enter your username or password when visiting HRMS or Learn@Work after logging into your workstation with your WUSTL Key credentials. You will automatically be logged in to each application!
Think about all the time that will be saved by not having to log in with your WUSTL Key credentials for every web application that you visit!
How do I enable it?
|1.||Go to one.wustl.edu.|
|2.||Type “sso” in the search bar at the top and then click the Search button.|
|3.||Click Desktop Single Sign-On (SSO), which will appear in the search results.|
|4.||A message will appear to indicate that you have successfully enabled the desktop single sign-on. After 15 seconds you will automatically be redirected to wustl.edu.|
|a.||Note: If you use more than one browser, you’ll have to complete these steps for each type of browser that you use.|
|i.||For example, if you use Chrome and Firefox browsers, you will have to complete these steps once for Chrome and once for Firefox.|
|b.||Note: If you are working off-campus, you will not be able to use SSO due to having to use WashU Two-Factor Authentication (2FA).|
For additional information such as steps on how to disable SSO and frequently asked questions, visit the Knowledge Base article. You can also access the article by signing in to ServiceNow, typing “KB0007067” in the search bar and then clicking the magnifying glass.
*If you don’t know if your workstation is Accounts domain-joined, follow the steps in this Knowledge Base article to determine your domain. You can also access the article by signing in to ServiceNow, typing “KB0007068” in the search bar and then clicking the magnifying glass.
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We appreciate your patience as we enhance our services.