SAML - single sign-on is available to all customers with an airfocus Enterprise plan subscription

What is single sign-on?

Single sign-on allows the Admin of your airfocus team to determine who has access to airfocus via your existing SSO/identity provider solution (IdP), e.g. Azure Active Directory, Google, Okta, etc.

Your team members will be able to seamlessly access airfocus as long as they’re logged in to your organization’s identity provider system.

Which identity providers (IdP) are supported?

airfocus is currently offering Open ID Connect (OIDC)-based single sign-on with Azure Active Directory, Google Apps (G Suite), and Okta.

(Custom) SAML-based single sign-on is also supported.

How to set up Custom SAML SSO

To set up SSO with an SAML 2.0 Identity Provider (IDP) of your choice, you have to have an Admin role in your airfocus team.

Step 1

Navigate to the Security/SSO tab of your Team settings and select SAML SSO in the dropdown.

Step 2

Have your administrator of the (user) identity provider (IDP) set up the necessary IDP configuration. The airfocus Single sign-on URL will be required for the setup.

Step 3

Once the IDP configuration is finished, you will need to provide the rest of the required fields (IDP SSO URL/Login URL, IDP Issuer ID and IDP Certificate).

Click Update and you're all set 🎉

You can also enforce single sign-on for your team on this page. Once enforced, your team members can only use SAML SSO to log in. Administrator accounts can still log in using email.

If you wish to do so, please toggle Enforce SSO at the bottom of the page. You can always come back and enforce SSO, if you decide to do so later.

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