- Getting Started
- Get Started with Administering Wyn Enterprise
- Configuration Settings
- Account Management
- Security Management
- System Management
- Document Management
- How To and Troubleshooting
- User Guide
- Developer Guide
Single Sign-On (SSO) is a centralized authentication process allowing users to access multiple applications and services with a single login credentials. Wyn Enterprise now offers Single Sign-On (SSO) integration, with the ability to conveniently manage SSO settings via the Admin Portal under System Configurations.
SSO is only compatible with direct logins to the Admin, Resource, and Document Portal. Note that, SSO cannot be used with token-based embedding methods. In case you wish to implement SSO with token-based embedding, you have to create a Custom Security Provider (CSP). A CSP is a system or service that manages security credentials for users and can be tailored to specific integration needs. In this context, it would be necessary to achieve SSO in conjunction with token-based embedding.
Switch to the Admin Portal and follow the instructions below to manage the SSO configuration,
Navigate to Configuration >> System Settings and click the SSO Settings option.
Select an authentication protocol from the Authentication Protocol dropdown. The available options are None, CAS, OIDC, and OAUTH.
Following are the links to the help article explaining each authentication protocol in detail,
You can also configure the Single Sign-on settings manually using the Wyn.conf file located in the Wyn system folder. See the Configure Single Sign-on help article for more information on the manual configuration of SSO in Wyn Enterprise.