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letstrythisouta
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HP needs to move to single sign-on for their own sites

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I *just* registered a new user ID with HP on their ePrint site in my search for whether my printer supports ePrint.  No luck finding the info there, so I came to the forum.  I tried to log into this forum using that same ID, and of course that doesn't work and it requires me to create a second account.  Single sign-on is quite common these days, especially for companies that are offering enterprise software.  It doesn't look very good if HP can't make use of its own enterprise software options.

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DexterM
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Not sure if you noticed this, but the FAQ in the hpeprintcenter.com lists which printers currently support ePrint. And you don't need to register to see that.

 

http://h30495.www3.hp.com/about/eprint#a1-3

 

As for a single login, it would be nice to see ePrint Center being integrated with the HP Passport account.

I am an ex-HP Employee. Currently inactive on the forum.
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