InfoConnect for Airlines VBA Guide
SingleSignOn Property
Gets or sets a value indicating whether InfoConnect enables the use of a single user name and password for multiple logon procedures.
Object.SingleSignOn As Boolean

Property Value

The default value is False.
Attachmate.Reflection.SecuredSettingException This exception is thrown when you modify a property that was secured via the Permissions Manager, or that can only be modified by an Administrator.
The effect of this property depends on how your system is configured: If you connect to a 5250 host using an SNA server, this property determines whether your SNA Server user name and password are used for your AS/400 sign-on. For terminal sessions, setting this value to true automatically signs you on to the AS/400. For AS/400 data transfers, setting this value to true satisfies your security requirements to the AS/400 and gives you access to your AS/400 files.
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