Configuring Single Sign-On


Single Sign-On (SSO) allows users to seamlessly log into a Certify account through a centralized Identity Management System, without providing a second set of login credentials. This is done using a SAML 2.0 authentication request from the Identity Provider (IdP), authorized using a X.509 Certificate

To enable SSO, Certify will need to know the name of the current Identity Management System, included users, and your system administrator. In addition, Certify will need a copy of your X.509 Certificate Public Key

See for more information about Certify SAML 2.0 Metadata.

For more information about adding Single Sign-On to your account, contact your Certify Customer Success Manager.

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