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Single Sign On (SSO)


Supported platforms:

  • Azure 
  • ADFS 
  • ForgeRock 
  • Google Workspace
  • Duo 
  • OneTouch



To enable Single Sign On (SSO), follow these steps:

1. Download the ‘Federation Metadata XML’ file from your Identity Provider (Azure, ADFS, …).


2. Gather the following fields from the file content:

a. entityID. Example:

i. "https://accounts.google.com/o/saml2?idpid=..."

ii. "https://sts.windows.net/.../"

b. X509Certificate. It is a very long string. If there is more than one certificate, choose the first one. Example:

i. MIIDdDCCAlygA…

ii. MIIC8DCCAdigA...

c. SingleSignOnService (Attribute: Location). Example:

i. "https://accounts.google.com/o/saml2/idp?idpid=..."

ii. "https://login.microsoftonline.com/.../saml2"

3. Log in to your Oneflow account.

4. Go to extensions: Admin / Account / Extensions


5. Enable the extension named Single Sign On (if disabled).

6. Open the Single Sign On extension.


7. Click on "Edit single sign-on"


8. Select the Identity provider (Single sign-on type)

9. Introduce Single sign-on service URL (‘SingleSignOnService (Attribute: Location)’ field from the ‘Federation Metadata XML’ file).

10. Introduce Entity ID (‘entityID’ field from the ‘Federation Metadata XML’ file).

11. Introduce X.509 certificate (‘X509Certificate’ field from the ‘Federation Metadata XML’ file).

12. Click "Confirm"




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