Does SP3 not sign authn requests by default?

Wessel, Keith kwessel at
Fri Jul 27 10:52:23 EDT 2018

Yes, and that exact text was what was copied to the SP 3 docs. Again, I'm not sure why this particular SP admin chose to put it in the SSO element instead of the ApplicationDefaults element.

But Scott's fix to this will make the documentation for V3 correct.


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From: users <users-bounces at> On Behalf Of Alan Buxey
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from the WIKI (

"It's also possible in more unusual cases to set them in the <SSO>, <Logout>, and <NameIDMgmt> elements, allowing for per-protocol behavior."........

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