Single Sign On (SSO) via SAML

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Single Sign On (SSO) via SAML

Single Sign On Feature is dependent on your subscription license - if unsure please Contact SureView Support

Single Sign-On (SSO) allows you to give your team members one user account for all of the systems your business uses. If you have the appropriate SureView Ops account and SSO set up for your business via a compatible external SAML provider such as Azure Active Directory then you can set up Ops so that your users log in using their SSO credentials.

NOTE: if you only have on-premise Active Directory you will need to set up Hybrid Identity to sync your on-premise Active Directory with Azure Active Directory.

Single Sign On Settings

Important: The SSO settings should only be modified by an IT Administrator who has experience with Single Sign-On Configuration in your identity provider account. If unsure please Contact SureView Support


The SAML SSO Settings can be found on the "Organization Settings" page (Accessible by SureView Ops Admins Only).


Single Sign On URL URL from your identity provider to redirect users to when they try to log in
Issuer (Entity Id)
Issuer Id from your identity provider required for authentication.
Metadata URL URL from your identity provider which contains SAML metadata (including certificate).
Signing Certificate
SAML signing certificate from your identity provider if the Metadata URL has not been provided.



When SSO has been configured all non-admin users will be forced to login to SureView Ops using their Single Sign On details. 


Admins will also use Single Sign On by default, but have the option to sign in with directly with SureView Ops and by-pass SSO - This is to ensure that Admins are able to login and make changes to the account SSO Settings if there is ever a problem with your SSO provider



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