You are often told to set a different password for each account, but this is troublesome. A good option is to register and log in to popular websites through social media accounts , your account will be safe and you don’t need to set a unique password for it. If you need the services of a website, but you are skeptical about it, then you can use the “temporary email” service.
· If you don’t already have a Coursera account, you’ll create one as you log in with SSO by following these steps: Visit coursera.org and click Log In in the top-right. Click Log in with your organization at the bottom of the window that appears. Type in your company’s URL and click Continue. This is …
In SSO, this identity data takes the form of tokens which contain identifying bits of information about the user like a user’s email address or a username. The login flow usually looks like this: A user browses to the application or website they want access to, aka, the Service Provider.
· SSO, or Single Sign-On, is a service which allows a user to log into one application or network domain, and then be authenticated and logged in automatically to other associated applications or domains. The user therefore only needs one set of identity-verifying user credentials (e.g. username/password) for authentication and to securely access multiple applications, services, and even different service providers.
· Click Sign In with SSO. Enter your company domain. Contact your Zoom admin to obtain your company’s domain. If you don’t know your company domain, tap I don’t know the company domain, then enter your email address. Click Continue. You will be redirected to your single sign-on provider to sign in.
Step 1: Create a Federation ID. When setting up SSO, you use a unique attribute to identify each user. This attribute is the link that associates the Salesforce user with the third-party identity provider. You can use a username, user ID, or a Federation ID. We’re going to use a Federation ID.