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Recently within Valispace, we incorporated the new method to log in with Single Sign-On(SSO) using Security Assertion Markup Language version 2(SAML v2). If you have a SAML v2 compatible Identity Provider (IdP) you can connect it to your Valispace instance and users will be able to log in with their already existing accounts.

The SSO/SAML login feature is not enabled by default and needs to be configured for each deployment. If you want to implement SSO/SAML Login for your deployment, please contact They will provide you with detailed instructions on how to connect it with your Identity Provider. We have tested some of the most widespread IdPs, such as Azure Active Directory, Google Workspaces, Onelogin, Auth0, and Keycloak.

SSO Login only

Once Single Sign-On (SSO) is enabled, users can log in to the deployment using either SSO or their username and password. If you wish to restrict users from logging in using their username and password, you can do so by toggling a "Flag" within the admin panel. This flag hides the "Username and Password" option on the login page. To activate this feature, the admin needs to log in to the admin panel, navigate to "Constants," and then to "Config." From there, the admin can uncheck the option "AUTH_USERNAME_PASSWORD.”


Watch this demo to learn how to do it quickly and easily.

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