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Configuring SAML 2.0 authentication

As a Remedy Single Sign-On administrator, you can configure Remedy SSO server to authenticate users through SAML 2.0.

The service provider (SP) hosts and protects the services that an end user accesses. Remedy SSO is configured as an SP for BMC products. The identity provider (IdP) authenticates users and provides details of the authentication information to the SP. 

Related topics

SAML 2.0 authentication

Transforming User ID to match Login ID 

Troubleshooting authentication issues

Perform the tasks described in this section to configure Remedy SSO for SAML authentication:

1(Optional) If you plan to use any of the advanced functions, create an SP signing certificate.Creating and updating the SP signing certificate for SAML authentication

(Optional) Configure any of the following advanced functions for SAML authentication:

  • Sign SAML authentication requests
  • Sign SAML metadata for IdP
  • Decrypt encrypted assertions in SAML responses
Configuring advanced functions for SAML authentication
3Configure SAML authentication for your realm.Importing configuration from an identity provider and configuring the SAML authentication
4Configure the identity provider for SAML authentication.Configuring Active Directory Federation Services as a SAML identity provider

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