SAML Integration Overview

SAML Integration Overview

My1Login SAML Integration Overview


My1Login functions as a SAML 2.0 Identity Provider (IdP) that supports both IdP and Service Provider (SP) initiated SAML.

This document provides a basic overview of configuring a connector.  It is not a primer on SAML.  Contact My1Login if you require more in-depth support.

Accessing the SAML Applications Admin Section

The Single-Sign-On Applications admin screen is where you can create and share SAML connectors with users and workgroups.

To get to the applications section, click on the Administration link above your vault, then on the side panel navigate to “Apps” and then Applications.

Within the Applications tab, you can see all the third-party applications currently configured on your My1Login account. To find the Single-Sign-On Applications, click on the drop down menu, under the ‘Currently Showing’ label, at the top of the page and select “Single Sign On Applications”.


Creating a New SAML Connector

To create a new SAML Application, click on “Add SAML Application” button.

First you will be shown this page where you are given the My1Login Identity Provider metadata to be supplied to the third-party application. Once you have the information transferred over to the third-party application, click on the ‘Edit Configuration’ button at the top left of the page to begin filling in the third-party application’s Service Provider details into the SAML Application.

This is shown on the following page:

Once the configuration is complete, click on the ‘Submit’ button.

Mapping Connector to Users / Workgroups


This will show the manage users page for the SAML Application. This is used to edit which users/workgroups can use the SAML applications and edit the subject identifier to be sent as part of the SAML response for the given third-party application user.

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