Single Sign On is an authentication method that enables users to securely authenticate with multiple applications and websites by using just one set of credentials. Trackier has an option for users to configure their SSO settings by giving some simple information on the platform
- Enable/Disable - This button will allow you to either enable or disable the SSO configuration
- ID provider - There are two options under this section. One is Azure AD i.e Azure Active Directory which when enabled users don't need to type in their passwords to sign in to Azure AD, and usually, even type in their usernames. The same is the case with Onelogin which includes cloud applications as well as on-prem applications, often available through an SSO portal
- Entity ID - You would need to enter the unique alphanumeric ID for this field
- Assertion Consumer Service URL - It tells the IdP where to redirect an authenticated user after signing in. An ACS URL takes the following form: https://www.google.com/a/domain.com/acs.
- XML File - This option is not mandatory. You would have to upload the XML file by your identity provider.
- Certificate - This option is not mandatory. You would have to upload the certificate given by your identity provider
- Disable login - Through this option, you can absolutely disable the option of users entering the password and email and be automatically logged in via SSO