To begin with you need to add the Single sign on access level, this will enable the user to view the SAML settings.
Also, the user type will need to be set as ‘Administrator’ for the user to be able to manage the SAML settings.
Once the access has been added to a relevant user.
The user will be able to see the SAML Single Sign On settings.
Enable SAML Single Sign on - If this toggle is enabled, you enable login using your organisations' SAML identity provider or other public providers (if required)
Hide standard login – If this toggle if enabled you can hide the standard login, making it easier for users to login.
MyExpenses are the service providers you can find our Meta data which can be exported as a file (1) or you can export the certificate (2).
This screen enables you to add your own metadata for the SSO to work correctly.
Force re-authentication – This toggle would require the user to re-authenticate during the course of handling each SAML request.
Once set up the Admin team will need to add the users SAML login.