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Single Sign-On (SSO)

Single Sign-On (SSO) allows your employees to log in automatically to Quantum Workplace using the login credentials they already use within your organization.

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What is SSO

Once enabled, Single Sign On (SSO) allows your employees to automatically log in to Quantum Workplace using login credentials that they are already using at your organization.

This means your employees won't need to remember a separate set of login credentials to access Quantum Workplace. 

Learn about configuring and enabling SSO in Quantum Workplace.

How SSO Works

If an employee is already logged in to their Identity Provider, their Identity Provider will route them automatically into Quantum Workplace: 

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If your employee is not already logged in to their Identity Provider, they will be prompted to log in with their Identity Provider in order to access Quantum Workplace: 

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When your employees receive an email prompting them to do something in Quantum Workplace, clicking the call to action will either route them directly into Quantum Workplace (if they are already logged in with their Identity Provider) or will prompt them to log in to their Identity Provider in order to access Quantum Workplace. 

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Your employees can also access Quantum Workplace through your Identity Provider's application portal: 

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Information for IT Professionals

We support SAML v2.0 protocol, but we do not support the older v1 or v1.1 protocols.

We DO NOT support “just in time” user provisioning through SSO. Quantum Workplace platform users are manually created in the platform by your Quantum Workplace platform administrator(s) unless other methods are agreed upon (e.g., HRIS integration, QW en masse, etc.)

Definitions:

Identity Provider (IdP) refers to a system that creates and manages identity information for principals while providing authentication services to relying on party applications within a federation or distributed network. An identity provider offers user authentication as a service. Common Identity Providers include Azure Active Directory (Azure AD), OneLogin, Ping Identity (PingFederate/ PingAccess), G Suite (Google), Okta, and ADFS. 

Service Provider (SP) refers to Quantum Workplace.