Enabling single sign-on for a Workflow app

We are going to develop a Web-based Domino Workflow application. The e-mail system here is Microsoft Exchange. There is a plan to implement this application in an SSO environment. I am wondering about the factors to be considered in order to enable SSO for a Workflow application. Any suggestions are appreciated.
I'm going to assume SSO means "single sign-on," which should have no bearing on this or any application (unless the application wants specific information from the authentication directory; if so, talk to your security admins). If the SSO environment is set up and working properly (i.e., you login and can access both Exchange Mail and a Notes app without being challenged again), your Workflow app should not experience any different problems.
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