Single Sign-on Assistant

Single Sign-on Assistant

A secure way for Access Manager, CloudAccess and SecureLogin users to automate web and app logins for a single sign-on experience.

Single Sign-on Assistant is available to install from Edge Add-on Store and for download from this page. It has 200,476 active users The latest version is 3.4.12, and it was published 5 months ago.

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Total download count: 2 (Only count downloads from Edge-Stats)
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3 version available for download.
How to install Single Sign-on Assistant from a CRX file
Option 1: The easy way (for Windows users only)
  1. Download and run chrome-stats.exe file on your PC. This method will allow you to install Chrome extensions directly from edge-stats.com in one click. You only need to do this once!
  2. Type in chrome://restart in the URL bar to restart the browser for the changes to take effect.
  3. Download and install the Single Sign-on Assistant CRX file
Option 2: Advanced method
  1. Download Single Sign-on Assistant CRX file
  2. NOTE: Sometimes the browser may block downloading / installing CRX file from outside the Edge Add-on Store. If so, you may need to use option 1, or download the ZIP file instead.
  3. In the URL bar, go to edge://extensions
  4. Enable Developer mode
  5. Drag and drop the downloaded Single Sign-on Assistant CRX file into the Extensions page
  6. When prompted, click Add extension to install Single Sign-on Assistant.
How to install Single Sign-on Assistant from a ZIP file
  1. Download and unpack the Single Sign-on Assistant ZIP file to a directory of your choice.
  2. In Edge browser, go to edge://extensions
  3. Enable Developer mode.
  4. Click on the Load Unpacked button.
  5. Select the directory of with the unpacked Single Sign-on Assistant ZIP file from step 1. Single Sign-on Assistant is now installed on your browser.