[wp-edu] Lots of domains, single sign-in

James Groom jimgroom at gmail.com
Tue Nov 9 19:56:46 UTC 2010


I'm pretty sure UBC blogs does this very thing:


I would ask Novak Rogic how they did it. He rules, and you can find his
contact info here:


On Tue, Nov 9, 2010 at 2:48 PM, Scot Hacker <shacker at berkeley.edu> wrote:

> We have around 30 WordPress domains in a .edu environment and we need to
> get wp-admin behind https for all of them.  We can't get a separate IP for
>  each domain.
> Using the university's CAS (central sign-in service) via a plugin would be
> an ideal solution, but we have many users with logins who are not part of
> the university. Facebook login would be another option, but this isn't ideal
> for various reasons.
> The university network officials want us to find a way to redirect users to
> a single sign-in domain, then back to the domain they're logging into. My
> question is, how can this be done with WordPress? Does anyone have
> experience with this?
> Thanks,
> Scot
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