Confluence does not support SSO out-of-the-box. You need an add-on, call authenticator, specifically for you SSO service. Typically this authenticators are provided by third party companies or you implement it by yourself. So you have to check this add-on or the documentation of the vendor.
Hope this helps to to take a step forward!
The only bit I would add to the above is to make sure that you go from Confluence 2.10 -> 2.7.4 -> 3.5.x -> 4.3.7 those stopover points pick up necessary changes. It is important too that you check funcationality at each of those steps.
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