Oct. 08, 2015
Most application connector templates contain a predefined URL. When you add the application, you can choose to save the default settings. The application is then configured for SSO.
For example, when you configure the AtTask application connector, the URL appears as $$url$$/attask/home.cmd. You replace $$url$$ with the subdomain name. This is the URL with which users log on.
You need to add the URL and subdomain name for an application connector, such as the Basecamp application.
You must know where to locate the name of the cookie to enter the name in this field.
Some application connectors require configuration in App Controller and in the application. One example is Google Apps. When you configure Google Apps in App Controller, you need to download a SAML certificate from App Controller and install the certificate in Google Apps. You also need to configure SSO settings in Google Apps to work with App Controller. For more information about downloading the SAML certificate, see xmob-appc-saml-app-certs-tsk.html#clg-appc-saml-app-certs-c-tsk.
The following is a list of applications that require additional parameters. Some applications require that you download a SAML certificate from App Controller and then upload the certificate to App Controller. For more information about downloading the certificate, see xmob-appc-saml-app-certs-tsk.html#clg-appc-saml-app-certs-c-tsk.
This is the web address that appears when users log off. For example, type https://appc-johndoe-151.agsag.com/mywebapps
For example, type https://appc-johndoe-151.agsag.com/mywebapps
$dom = "<Domain name>" $fedBrandName = "AppC" $url = "https://< AppC FQDN>/samlsp/websso.do?action=authenticateUser&app=Office365_SAML" $uri = "AppController.example.com" $logoutUrl = "https://<AppC FQDN>/samlsp/websso.do?action=logout&app=Office365_SAML" $cert = New-Object System.Security.Cryptography.X509Certificates.X509Certificate2("certificate.pem") $certData = [system.convert]::tobase64string($cert.rawdata) Set-MsolDomainAuthentication –DomainName $dom –federationBrandName $fedBrandName -Authentication Federated -PassiveLogOnUri $url -SigningCertificate $certData -IssuerUri $uri -LogOffUri $logoutUrl -PreferredAuthenticationProtocol SAMLP