Hi "",YES!!! You can get the same end result for your Mac users!!!Understand that Apple implements a technology called "Keychain" which results in the same experience as Windows SSO. Apple's Keychain offers more flexibility in managing ALL the user's passwords for most any type of system needing access. The user simply needs to choose "Remember Password" to have them stored in their Keychain.Here are two examples...A. FileMaker Login -B. Website Login -To understand the Keychain, take a look at a user's Keychain...<<< /local HD/Users/user name/Library/Keychains/login.keychain >>>UNDERSTAND... I am NOT trying to incite a riot here!!! I use & support, as well as design & manage both MacTel and WinTel personal computer networks and information systems!!! My organization specializes in true cross-platform functionality... we've done this for the last 11+ years and will continue as such. Some things happen better on MacTel, and some things happen better on WinTel! We don't care... we simply make these systems work as close to the same so the "User Experience" is VERY similar!!!
I hope this helps you and any other interested readers... Good Luck!!!
Thanks for the response. That helps a little bit, but it's not quite what I was looking for since we have about 15 or 20 databases the user might need to access. I would really like it if I could pass the "logged in" credentials to FileMaker Pro, just like Windows does.