Currently on 19 questions, integrated-authentication seems rather broad and lacks a tag wiki; is it definable & useful, or overly vague & redundant?
I believe they're referring to Integrated Windows Authentication (WINDOWS ADMINS! WINDOWS ADMINS! Tell me I'm not talking out my posterior here? Maybe propose a tag wiki?)
We might want to consider renaming the tag to integrated-windows-authentication to make it more clear, as there are many other types of integrated authentication out there, but nobody has used that tag name, and I don't know any other "integrated authentication" systems that use that phrase as part of their name so I'm inclined to let sleeping dogs lie :)
1Looks like most of the questions are talking about Integrated Windows Auth; but the more general concept of integrating a Single Sign On authentication scheme into an application protocol, particularly via the GSSAPI spec, does stand as it's own topic in computing theory/programming/implementation. I agree, should be renamed or the question that are talking about IWA retagged.– Chris SFeb 10, 2012 at 18:08
@ChrisS I think most of the non-IWA Single Sign-On folks use single-sign-on (?) -- I don't really play in these areas much though so don't count my vote for much (I do central account management/authorization, but not GSSAPI and not SSO unless you count centralized SSH keys)– voretaq7Feb 10, 2012 at 18:23