Supported Authentication Methods - Identity and Access Management Services - 3.2 - 3.2 - Other - external

Identity and Access Management Services

Identity and Access Management Services

IdP authentication supports standard interactive logins, where a user must supply credentials each time they log in. Federated logins that use network credentials can also be configured.

The Hyland IdP server currently supports authentication using the following methods.

  • Standard OnBase authentication (see the Legacy Authentication Methods module reference guide for details on configuring standard OnBase authentication)

  • WS-Federation (AD FS)

  • CAS

  • SAML2

  • OIDC-Exchange

Some third-party authentication providers use protocols that return a reference to a token instead of the token itself. In these situations, the reference token must be dereferenced before the claims information can be retrieved.


Dereferencing is required with third-party authentication providers that use the CAS protocol or the artifact binding defined in the SAML standard.