Using the IAutoSignOn Interface

Some hosted applications might not use Windows credentials, but instead require specific user credentials to log on. Such applications can be configured so that the agent is logged on to the hosted application automatically.

To provide an automatic sign-on feature, hosted applications must implement a predefined interface of CCF called IAutoSignOn. The three existing hosted applications in the current implementation—Web, Windows and External—support the IAutoSignOn interface and can be taken as basic examples of the implementation.

To use the IAutoSignOn interface, you must know how to use C# (.NET technologies) to build components and classes. You must also have access to CCF source code and understand the framework implementation.