Sophos Windows Single Sign-On Client Transitions to End-of-Life
This article provides information on the retirement of Sophos Windows Single Sign-On (SSO) Client. The SSO Client enables users to authenticate a Windows-based device through Microsoft Active Directory by logging onto their organization’s network as well as onto a Sophos Firewall in a single attempt.
Applies to the following Sophos products and versions
Sophos Windows Single Sign-On Client
Effective immediately, Sophos is transitioning the Sophos Windows Single Sign-On (SSO) Client to the End of Life phase of its product lifecycle. End-of-Life (EOL) is the date at which Sophos will cease providing support for the related product or service including any updates.
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Customers using the Sophos Windows Single Sign-On Client should transition to the Sophos Transparent Authentication Suite (STAS).
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