How do I use Single Sign-On (SSO) for WordPress?

Beginning in WordPress Auto-Provision v3.0, the client-side WordPress login button has the ability to perform Single Sign-On (SSO) by matching the client's WHMCS e-mail address with their WordPress account e-mail address. As long as there is a match, the client will be logged into their account automatically. If there is no match, the client will be redirected to the standard WordPress admin login page. 

From the WHMCS admin interface, the SSO capability uses the alternate admin credentials that are entered into the WordPress configuration settings (located under Addons -> WordPress Auto-Provision).
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