1 minute read.Last Modified 2023-11-08 16:14 EST
Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) is a single sign-on (SSO) standard for logging users into applications that require authentication credentials (like GitHub, G-Mail, etc.). SSO works by transferring a known identity for a user to another location that provides services to the user. SAML accomplishes the transfer by exchanging digitally-signed XML documents.
These tutorials provide general and service specific configuration instructions to set a provider such as Okta, AuthO, OneLogin, or Google to provide TrueCommand SSO through the IDP SAML service dashboard instead of using the TrueCommand SAML sign-in option.
- Configuring TrueCommand SAML Service for Active Directory: Provides detailed instructions on setting up SAML service in TrueCommand and Active Directory.
- Configuring TrueCommand SAML Service for Google Admin: Provides detailed instructions on setting up SAML service in TrueCommand and Google Admin.
- Configuring IDP SAML as SSO for TrueCommand SAML Service: Provides information on setting up an identity provider (IDP) SAML provider as SSO for TrueCommand SAML service.