Prot-On offers great flexibility with regard to user authentication. First alternative is to authenticate against the Prot-On user database, second is to use the credentials stored on the Active Directory or LDAP. A third alternative would be to leverage an external identity service provider that supports SAML2, OpenID or OAuth standard; this would provide Web Single Sign On with the corresponding systems.
On the other hand, the client authentication can be done either securely storing the credentials in the local device or doing authentication via Web.
For customers that have a SAML2 compliant Access Management solution, we can now leverage it so that the Prot-On authentication process can be done by the existing SAML2 Access Management infrastructure.