By: Courtney Grimes user 01 Jan 2016 at 8:06 p.m. CST

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Hi there, I've gone ahead and set up Gluu 2.4 via the [Ubuntu guide]( but I'm lost on where to go from here. I'm intending to use Gluu as a SSO between several different web properties using OpenID. I realize that's a bit like using a Ferrari to only go to the grocery store, but it is what it is. The intended UX would be: - Sign up for account via Gluu's registration area - Log into site 1, use the Gluu-supplied info to login as SSO - Log into site 2, use the Gluu-supplied info to login as SSO Etc. I'm not particularly concerned with keeping sessions across sites or automatically logging in—I just want the ability to have users register at one place. Thankfully, all of these sites do accept OpenID as an alternate method of authenticating vs. local database storage. How do I go from registering names and accounts to generating OpenID keys and using them as part of OpenID auth?

By Mohib Zico staff 02 Jan 2016 at 1:46 a.m. CST

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You can take a look at our [Getting Started]( guide to grab the idea how you can start. In few words: 1. Allow new users to register themselves in your Gluu Server with: `https://<hostname>/identity/register` Doc: 2. Connect your sites ( 'RP' or 'Resource Provider' ) with Gluu Server. Doc: