Single Sign-On

The Single Sign-On feature is an authentication service that uses the SAML 2.0 protocol to permit a user to use one set of login credentials (e.g., email and password) to access multiple applications. Examples of popular Single Sign-On providers include OneLogin, Okta, and Shibboleth.

This is an Enterprise level feature. To request this feature and have it added to your account, you must contact your Enplug Account Representative.

Enplug SAML metadata:

These values are for use to set up the Enplug app on the Identity Provider's side.

To Enable Single Sign-On:

Once logged into Enplug, click on the Account button to access the Single Sign-On tab.  Single Sign-On only appears for SSO admins.

Choose the Single Sign-On tab, then click on "Enable Single Sign-On"



The client will have to get the Single Sign-On information from their provider to complete this section. The URL provided must be unique when setting up this feature. You cannot have the same URL for multiple accounts. 


Once completed, the Admin has the option to disable the feature or edit the information on the screen. 


Once enabled, by default, all users besides the SSO Admin must use their SSO provider to sign in. The SSO Admin can enable password sign in for another user by clicking on Password Sign In. 


When logging into the dashboard, the Admin can click on "Admin Sign-In" which will allow them to bypass the SSO provider.




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