Single Sign On (SSO)
LegalServer currently offers integration with the following single sign on providers:
Applicable Regardless of Provider
Setting the Global Enforcement Policy to "Enabled and Required" removes the login fields from the landing page and provides users only with the "Single Sign-On" link:
Setting it to "Enabled" leaves the standard LegalServer Username and Password prompt, allowing a user to bypass the SSO link and login that way (assuming they enter valid credentials).
Break the Glass Account
A common question is how an administrator would get into a site if their SSO wasn't working and "Enabled and Required" is used, thus not showing login fields. You would not be able to.
If desired, a site can use "Enabled", exposing the login fields, but set the password for all but select users to a random, unknown-to-the-users value.