In order for your organization to use single sign-on with your approved blackbaud solutions, you will need to make sure you meet the requirements below:

1.  The Single Sign-on configuration must be completed by a Site administrator for your organization through (to become a site administrator review "I need to become a site administrator").
*Note* we recommend that this be completed by your IT staff who is familiar with your organization's identity provider.  A user who has admin rights in a product is not necessary a site administrator.

2.  The user setting up this configuration must have a Blackbaud ID as this is the unique identifier for each individual.  
*Note* if you do not have a Blackbaud ID, create one now.

3.  To enable Single Sign-on you must use one of the methods below supported by Blackbaud ID;  
  • Microsoft Azure Active Directory (AD)
  • Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) 2.0 IdPs, such as Google G Suite, OneLogin, Shibboleth, or Central Authentication Services (CAS)
  • Microsoft Active Directory Federated Services (ADFS)
  • Okta
If your organization meets the requirements please continue with the set-up steps below and refer to our help documentation:

1. As an administrator, log into with your Blackbaud ID.

2. Once logged in, select your Blackbaud ID Profile from the Welcome "your name" option at the top right of the screen.

3. Click "Manage Single Sign-On" to begin the configuration. 
*Note* if you do not see this option then you do not have site administrator rights and will need to request those. See step 1 at the top of this article.

4. Select your enterprise single sign-on option below to review and begin your configuration.
*Note* You may also refer to our Onboarding guide , SSO FAQ and our Blackbaud ID Community for assistance. 

If additional assistance is needed to up your configuration, please contact your Account Executive.