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Hi,

Last release we introduced a login popup which will warn you when you are about to get automatically logged out. You can simply click in the popup to stay logged in.

Best regards,
Karolina

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Hi Matthias,

Thanks for your feedback. I should really put this idea in two statuses "In testing" and "Not right now". Bad news first, right? The kind of solution that you describe is not something we consider right now. We have a lot of very security conscious customers who would not appreciate the potential risk of having a "stay singed in" checkbox that would be available on any computer.

Now for the good news! We are currently testing a single sign-on solution through SALM in our own office with the intention of making that available to our customers. What that means is that you could access Projectplace without logging in at all a long as you're logged in on your local network for instance. I use it at work and it seems to be working completely seamlessly. It is looking like it might be going to be released (at least for beta) later this year.

Best regards,
Karolina

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So your security concious customers do not trust their employees, is that really your problem?

Google and others have very good security measures, like tracking which computers you log on from, email notifications to alert users of odd behavious, phone authentication for increased security...

Another route you can take to ease our pain is the OWA route and have a "public" and "private" log on option where "private" gives you much longer timeout timers.

Whatever route you take, there is no excuse that I need to log on in a browser window when I am already logged on in another window.

SAML lösningen är säkert jättefin men är endast en lösning för de som är villiga att satsa på en integrering. Vill påstå att de flesta organisationer inte har en SAML tjänst ännu.

Best regards,
Matthias

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I totally agree with Matthias!

Hi,

Last release we introduced a login popup which will warn you when you are about to get automatically logged out. You can simply click in the popup to stay logged in.

Best regards,
Karolina

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