- Click Administration > Sites & Settings
- From the menu on the left, choose the lower, site level
- Click the checkbox labeled Enable single sign-on authentication under the Single sign-on authentication section
- In the grid, add the information to use with the single sign-on system.
- In the Description column, enter a unique name to help identify the single sign-on instance.
- In the Shared Key column, enter the key used by the single sign-on system to access your website. This can be anything of your choosing, but should be a string of characters that is unique and not easily guessed
- In the UserName Querystring column, enter the variable that identifies the user name in the querystring generated by the single sign-on system.
- In the Time Querystring column, enter the variable that indicates the timestamp in the querystring generated by the single sign-on system.
- In the MD5 Hash Querystring column, enter the variable that indicates the message digest (MD) algorithm hash value in the query string generated by the single sign-on system for security.
- In the Expiration (seconds) column, enter for how long after the timestamp generated in the querystring the user has transparent access to the web page. By default, the single sign-on authentication expires after 300 seconds (5 minutes).
- If the single sign-on system uses the client IP address as additional security, mark the checkbox in the Include IP column.
- Click Add New
- Click Save
- To edit an existing single sign-on entry, click Edit for the row to edit and update the information as necessary.
- To delete an existing single sign-on entry, click Delete for the row to delete. At the message to confirm the deletion of the row, click Yes.
For more information about setting up Single Sign-On, refer to our SSO User Guide (PDF).
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