Single sign-on (SSO) is a session and user authentication service that permits a user to use one set of login credentials -- for example, a name and password -- to access multiple applications.
Learn how to disable the SSO configuration on your desktop.
The workspace administration is used for administering users, groups and desktops within a company, team or organization (workspace). Only the workspace owner and admins have access to administer the workspace.
An overview of the different rights administrators and owners will have in a workspace desktop.
As an administrator of a Workspace, you can manage applications on your desktops using the user interface or administration panel.
Owners and administrators of Pro workspaces can create and manage groups. Group is a number of specific internal users that can be assigned to desktops.
Learn how to delete a workspace desktop as an owner or administrator.
Owners and administrators of Pro Workspaces can create and manage Groups. A group is a number of specific internal users that can be assigned to desktops. There is no limit to how many Groups can be created.
Learn how to share a desktop that you've made with other users for them to access and collaborate on.
In Desktop.com, you can invite new users into your workspace so they can begin collaborating with you.
Learn how to give another user access to administrator roles within a workspace.
Learn how to add domain names into Desktop.com that are used by your company for email.
Learn how to create a workspace desktop, which is useful for getting teams together on a project and collaborating and sharing the same tools and documents to work on.