This article has been created to demonstrate how to setup Single Sign-On Enforcement in the Prevalent Platform
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Adding a domain name to enforced Single Sign-On (SSO)
The Prevalent Platform now has enforced Single Sign-On (SSO) implemented into the platform. Only those with full administrator rights will be able to access this, I.E those that can see the Site Admin cog icon in the top right-hand corner of the main screen.
To add a domain name to the enforced SSO list, follow these steps:
1. Log into your platform and click the Site Admin Cog Wheel in the top right corner of the screen
2. Click the Tab Labeled Single Sign-On
3. Single Sign-On should already be completed, scroll to the bottom of the screen to see the SSO Enforced Email Domains section. If the SSO setup has not been completed, please see the steps located here to complete the SSO setup.
4. Click into the empty text box that has "email domain" as a filler
5. Type in the “Email Domain’ by using the last part of the email address. EX: prevalent.net.
NOTE: Do not use the @ Symbol in front of the email address, this will provide you with an error message, if you try to add it.
6. Once you have entered the domain. Click the Add button
7. Once the add button is pressed, this will be added to the list for all users that have an email address ending the domain name you have added, will now be forced to use SSO through Office 365.
NOTE: If a user is already registered when Enforced SSO is enabled for the domain. Then they will be forced to logout locally and then back in using SSO.
If a user is not yet registered in the platform when Enforced SSO is enabled, they will just register and login with SSO.