Enable Multi-Factor Authentication and Single Sign-on (SSO) access via claims-based authentication and WS-Federation to Microsoft Outlook Web Access (OWA) 2016. An OWA 2016 integration is not required.
See Configure token or cookie settings to configure this realm's token / cookie settings.
See SecureAuth IdP Single Sign-on (SSO) Configuration Guide to configure this realm for SSO.
See Windows Desktop desktop SSO configuration to configure this realm for Windows Desktop SSO.
Set up SecureAuth IdP workflows as they normally would be. To utilize Windows Desktop SSO, WindowsSSO.aspx will need to be set as the default document and coded to retain the referral string. If Desktop SSO will be redirecting external users to another realm, the secureauth.aspx.vb page in that realm will need code that strips out the "?403;https://<SecureAuth-FQDN>/SAOWARealm". Refer to Windows Desktop desktop SSO Configuration Guideconfiguration for more information on enabling Windows Desktop SSO for SecureAuth IdP realms.