OneLogin 3rd party authentication
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    OneLogin 3rd party authentication

      Article summary

      How to enable OneLogin SSO?

      In order to login to NordLayer apps or Control Panel, users can authenticate their identity via OneLogin SSO.

      Here’s how to set up OneLogin SSO integration:

      1. Head to the OneLogin dashboard

      2. Navigate to Applications section

      3. Click on Add App

      4. Search for OpenId Connect (OIDC) and select it

      5. Type in NordLayer as a Display Name

      6. Navigate to Configuration tab

      7. In the Redirect URl's, enter:
      1. In the SSO tab, select Application Type as Web and Authentication Method as POST

      2. Click Save in the top right corner of the OneLogin dashboard

      Now you will need to copy three values from the OneLogin dashboard (Applications -> NordLayer -> SSO) - Client ID, Client Secret and Subdomain.

      Please note:

      The Subdomain value is only the part as shown in the screenshot.


      In order to allow a OneLogin user to log in via SSO to the NordLayer application or Control Panel, head to the Users section in the OneLogin dashboard:

      1. Select a user from the list

      2. Head to the Applications section on the left

      3. Click a plus sign on the top right corner

      4. Select your newly created NordLayer application and click Continue and then Save

      To finalize OneLogin SSO for the NordLayer application or the NordLayer Control Panel, please open the Control Panel on our website and head to Settings - Login methods. If you select OneLogin, you will be prompted to enter the three previously copied values: client_id, client_secret and subdomain.

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      • Single-Sign-On (SSO) will be enabled for the Control Panel, VPN apps, and Browser Extension
      • You can have multiple Single-Sign-On (SSO) methods enabled
      • It is possible to remove email & password authentication, leaving SSO as the only option to log in to the account

      Other available SSO providers include Azure, Google, JumpCloud, and Okta. You can set them up in the Control Panel by following these guides:

      Note: In case you have any questions or are experiencing any issues, please feel free to contact our 24/7 customer support team.

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