Ninox Manual
Single sign-on (SSO)
SAML- and OIDC-based Single Sign-On (SSO) give collaborators access to your Ninox Private Cloud through an identity provider (IdP) of your choice (e.g., Okta).
By using SSO, collaborators will be able to log into Ninox using the familiar identity provider interface, instead of the Ninox login page. The user's browser will then forward them to Ninox. The IdP grants access to Ninox when SSO is enabled and Ninox' own login mechanism is deactivated. In this way, authentication security is shifted to your IdP and coordinated with your other service providers.β€Œβ€‹

Ninox offers three different configuration strategies for Private Cloud:

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    AD DS (Active Directory Domain Services) (not yet covered in manual)
  • SSO is an enterprise feature that requires a valid license purchased from Ninox or a certified partner​
  • If you ordered custom-built features like SSO, you are eligible to receive an updated license
    • Private Cloud: we deploy the update automatically
    • On-Premises: our team sends a new license to you manually

Additional resources

What Is Single Sign-On (SSO)?
What is SAML and how does SAML Authentication Work
Auth0 - Blog
What is OpenID Connect and what do you use it for? - Auth0
What is single sign-on? - Azure AD
Azure Single Sign On SAML Protocol - Microsoft identity platform
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