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Legacy Authentication Methods

Platform
OnBase
Product
Legacy Authentication Methods
Release
Foundation 23.1
License
Standard
Essential
Premier

Single sign-on is third-party software that authenticates users to multiple services without requiring the user to log in multiple times. It is most effective when users need to authenticate to multiple services over a WAN, but also over complex LANs where users must authenticate to multiple and disparate services.

The Integration for Single Sign-On module allows the OnBase Web Client to integrate with most single sign-on vendors so that a user is automatically logged in to OnBase as part of a single sign-on solution. When a user attempts to access OnBase, Integration for Single Sign-On communicates with the configured single sign-on vendor to authenticate the user.

Note:

Integration for Single Sign-On is not supported for use with the OnBase Client or Unity Client. For other automatic login options, see Configuring Standard Authentication.

The Integration for Single Sign-On module provides a solution for integrating OnBase with several popular single sign-on vendors without additional customization. The following table lists these vendors and the support level for each of them.

Vendor

Notes

Active Directory Authentication (NT Authentication)

Identity Provider (IdP) initiated only

Access Manager

Identity Provider (IdP) initiated only

CAS

Redirects authentication to the CAS browser

Microsoft MailApp

Identity Provider (IdP) initiated only

OnBase Entrust

Identity Provider (IdP) initiated only

PeopleSoft Enterprise

Identity Provider (IdP) initiated only

SAML

Identity Provider (IdP) initiated SAML 2.0 only

SAP Enterprise Portal

Identity Provider (IdP) initiated only

Siteminder

Identity Provider (IdP) initiated only

Integration for Single Sign-On can also integrate with custom authenticators, but custom integrations must be deployed in a way consistent with the authentication solution. Please contact your first line of support to create or integrate a custom single sign-on solution.