The User Management Server can be configured to support OAuth 2.0 for Single Sign-On (SSO), allowing users to log in directly to the User Management Server after authenticating using OAuth 2.0.
An account with an OAuth 2.0 provider.
Register the User Management Server in the OAuth 2.0 provider.
Log in to the User Management Server with the admin credential.
In the left side menu, click
Authentication, and finally
Provide the following details in the
OAuth 2.0 settings of User Management Server.
|Provider Name||It represents the name of the authentication provider that will be displayed on the login page.|
|Provider Logo||It represents the logo of the authentication provider that will be displayed on the login page.|
|Authorization Endpoint||It is the endpoint in the provider to authorize the user.|
|Token Endpoint Method||It represents the request type to access the token endpoint.|
|Token Endpoint||It is the endpoint in the provider that generates the token.|
|User Information Endpoint Method||It is the endpoint in the provider to get the user details.|
|User Information Endpoint||It represents the request type to access the user information endpoint.|
|Client ID||It is a unique identifier provided to each of the applications while registering in the providers.|
|Client Secret||It is a secret key that is used to authorize the applications.|
|Scopes||It is comma separated lists of identifiers that specifies the access privileges that are being requested from the provider.|
|This must be the email of an admin account of the providers.|
If you need to import the OAuth 2.0 groups, you must configure the group details while saving the OAuth authentication settings.
The following list of OAuth 2.0 providers explains how to connect with the User Management Server.
OAuth 2.0 can be set as default authentication when OAuth 2.0 settings is enabled.
Follow these steps to configure default authentication:
In settings page, click
Authentication tab and select
Enable the Enable Default Authentication option and select the OAuth 2.0 as default authentication provider, as shown in the following screenshot.
Disable the Enable Default Authentication option and then clicking
Save will disable the OAuth 2.0 default authentication.