This topic describes how to enable and disable single sign-on (SSO) logon, clear identity provider (IdP) configurations, and update IdP metadata files.

Enable SSO logon

Note After you enable SSO logon, username-password logon is automatically disabled.
  1. Log on to the CloudSSO console.
  2. In the left-side navigation pane, click Settings.
  3. Specify an IdP.
    1. In the SSO Logon section of the Settings page, download the service provider (SP) metadata file.
    2. Configure an application in the IdP and download the IdP metadata file. The SP metadata file that is obtained in Step a is used.
    3. In the SSO Logon section of the Settings page, click Upload to upload the IdP metadata file that is obtained in Step b.
  4. In the SSO Logon section of the Settings page, enable SSO logon.

Disable SSO logon

Note After you disable SSO logon, username-password logon is automatically enabled.

In the SSO Logon section of the Settings page, disable SSO logon.

Clear IdP configurations

  1. In the SSO Logon section of the Settings page, click Clear IdP Configuration.
  2. In the message that appears, click OK.

Update IdP metadata files

In the SSO Logon section of the Settings page, click Update IdP Metadata File to upload a new IdP metadata file.