FEDERATING TO GOOGLE APPS WITH OPENSSO PDF

After you set up the solution, the process will follow the numbered steps in the preceding diagram:. I will now share and explain the specific step-by-step procedures you need to follow in order to set up federated SSO access via Google Apps. This is your Google customer ID and you will need to know this later. The role is where you define what you allow a federated user to do after they sign in.

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In this tutorial, Google is configured as a SAML2 federated identity provider IdP and a sample application called "Pickup" acts as the service provider.

Follow the instructions in the sections below to set this up. If you wish to use your own application instead, you can skip this step. If you do not see the Apps button on the home page, click More Controls at the bottom of the page. Click on the icon found at the bottom-right of the page. Click Next and enter an Application Name and Description for your application.

This is the name and description that your users will see. You can also upload an image of your logo. Once the IdP is registered, it is listed under Identity Providers. The instructions in this section are only required if you are using the Pickup sample application to try out this scenario.

Skip the instructions in this section if you are using your own application instead. Select "GoogleIdP" the identity provider you created before as the federated authenticator. Click Login. You are redirected to the Google login page. Next, logout from the Pickup application. To logout, click on your username on the top-left corner and click Logout. Before you begin Create a Google domain. Download and install Apache Tomcat version 8.

Info If you do not see the Apps button on the home page, click More Controls at the bottom of the page. Warning The instructions in this section are only required if you are using the Pickup sample application to try out this scenario.

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In this tutorial, Google is configured as a SAML2 federated identity provider IdP and a sample application called "Pickup" acts as the service provider. Follow the instructions in the sections below to set this up. If you wish to use your own application instead, you can skip this step. If you do not see the Apps button on the home page, click More Controls at the bottom of the page. The instructions in this section are only required if you are using the Pickup sample application to try out this scenario.

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