How to Set Up SAML Single Sign-On

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SAML-based single sign-on (SSO), gives members access to Ideanote through an identity provider (IDP) of your choice.

You can access the full guides here:

Integrating Ideanote with ADFS.pdf

Integrating Ideanote with Azure AD.pdf

Integrating Ideanote with WordPress

  1. Go to Settings
  2. Click Security
  3. Click Add and choose SAML, to add it as a provider.
  4. Next to SAML SSO URL, enter your SAML 2.0 Endpoint URL(HTTP).
  5. Next to Identity Provider Issuer, enter your IDP Entity ID
  6. Copy the entire x.509 Certificate from your identity provider and paste it into the Public Certificate field.
  7. Next to Advanced Options, click Expand. Choose how the SAML response from your IDP is signed. If you need an end-to-end encryption key, check the box next to Sign Request to show the certificate.
  8. Under Settings, decide if members can edit their profile information (like their email or display name) after SSO is enabled. You can also choose whether SSO is required, partially required or optional.
  9. Select Save Configuration to finish.

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How to Set Up SAML SSO via WordPress