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Set up SAML-based SSO login from the dashboard
Set up SAML-based SSO login from the dashboard

Fast and secure access to your Uniqode account.

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Written by Allison Murdoch
Updated over a week ago

As a Uniqode business customer, you can enable SSO login to Uniqode right from the dashboard in five simple steps.

Uniqode SSO uses SAML protocol, which ensures that employees can use their organization credentials to securely login to Uniqode from any device or location without compromising security and identity.

NOTE - SSO Login is only available to users subscribed to the BUSINESS + plan.

How to setup SSO login

Step 1 - Navigate to the SSO option

Login to your Uniqode dashboard, click on the profile icon on the top right, and select ‘User management’.

Step 2 - Begin setting up SSO

Select ‘SSO setup’ on the top right of the screen.

NOTE - This option is available only to the owner or administrators of the organization.

Step 3 - Connect Uniqode to your IdP

You will be given an audience and application callback URL in the window that appears. Login to your trusted identity provider and enter the 'Audience' and 'Application Callback URL' details when prompted.

To create an IdP-initiated SSO login, turn the switch on. You will then be given a login URL to enter into your Identity Provider.

NOTE - By default, Uniqode provides SP-initiated login. This is because IdP-initiated logins pose security risks. Make sure you understand the security risks before enabling IdP-initiated SSO.

Step 4 - Enter IdP details

Your Identity Provider will generate the login and logout URLs and an X509 signing certificate. Enter these under ‘Service provider settings’. Note that entering a logout URL is not mandatory.

Step 5 - Test SSO login

Once you’re confident that you’ve entered the correct details, turn on the ‘Enabled’ switch and click ‘Save’.

NOTE - We recommend testing SSO login credentials before logging out as the admin. If the credentials are incorrect, a logged-out admin cannot log in again. Keep the admin tab open, and test the SSO login credentials using SSO login in Incognito mode. Once you are confident that the details have been entered correctly, you can log out as admin and use SSO login in the future.

Want to try out the SSO feature for your employees? Our BUSINESS+ plan has got you covered. Talk to us, and we’ll show you how!

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