With new support for Microsoft Security Support Provider Interface (SSPI), once a user is logged onto Microsoft networking, the user can automatically log on to SAP R/3 without providing an extra password.
What does SSPI stand for?
SSPI stands for Security Support Provider Interface (Microsoft)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 32 other meanings of SSPI in our Acronym Attic
- Steady-State Pulmonary Hypertension
- Stempel School of Public Health (Florida International University)
- Stichting Samenwerkende Peuterspeelzalen Houten (Dutch: Wood Foundation Cooperative Preschools)
- Swiss Society for Public Health
- South Shore Physician Hospital Organization (South Weymouth, MA)
- Society for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies
- South Saint Paul High School (South Saint Paul, MN)
- Site Security Policy Handbook Working Group (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Salle de Soins Post-Interventionnels (French: Post-Interventional Room Care; recovery room)
- Security Service Provider Interface (Microsoft)
- Service de Salubrité et Prévention Incendie (French: Department of Safety and Fire Prevention; Switzerland)
- Signs and Symptoms of Psychotic Illness (rating scale)
- Society of Satellite Professionals International
- Soldier Sensor/Platform Interface (ITT)
- Steady-State Plasma Insulin
- Scottish Society of Paranormal Investigation and Analysis
- Space Science Pending International Agreements Database
- Single Source Pricing Investment Model
- Strategic Systems Program Office Instruction
- Sales Soluton Partners of Japan
Samples in periodicals archive:
4 employs Microsoft's Security Support Provider Interface (SSPI) to encrypt logon sequences.
FAXserve for Windows NT uses Microsoft's Security Support Provider Interface to tightly integrate with the security domain of Windows NT, eliminating the need to manage multiple proprietary security databases and repetitive logon processes.