Multipass authentication is a single sign on authentication strategy to allow you to share your user authentication with your site

Encrypted token that is passed on in the URL or as a parameter in a post form (site key and multi-pass key are the KEY items here)

Location: Community Settings --> Security --> Single Signon Settings  

  1. Enable the setting and click ‘Add New’ 

     2. Select Multipass Token

     3. On IdeaScale you will need to plug in the below data: 

Display Name – name that will identify this SSO, can be anything (example: My companies SAML SSO)

We recommend always enabling the debugger which will be a useful tool for catching SSO issues 

Ensure you enable the ‘enabled’ toggle 

On your database you will need to enter IdeaScale’s Mulipass Site Key & Multipass API Key (see screenshot below) 

Multipass General Settings: 

  1. SSO Login URL – your SSO login page that users will be redirected too
  2. Logout Success URL - your SSO logout page that users will be redirected too
  3. SSO Change Password URL – your SSO’s change password page 
  4. Change Password via popup (enable) – if you would like a popup to help users change their password
  5. Blacklisted Email Domains – any email addresses (aka domains) that you do not want users logging in with (example – gmail).
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