SAML is an open authentication standard that allows single sign on to applications and sites. Secret Server supports SAML 2.0 for user authentication to the web site.
Users configure Secret Server as a service provider, and link it to their SAML identity provider. This makes it easier for users to log into Secret Server since if they authorized by the identity provider they won’t be prompted for their Secret Server credentials.
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