With App Controller, you can provide users with single sign-on (SSO) to your mobile, enterprise, web, and SaaS applications. You can enable applications for SSO by using the application connector templates found in the App Controller catalog. You can also enable some applications for user account management.
An application in App Controller is either a simple or complex application. If you configure a simple application, you can edit the label or accept the default name. If you are running multiple instances of the application in your network, you must change the label to make it easier to identify the application. With some applications, you can activate an application connector for SSO more than one time with different names. For example, you can configure the application named Box twice with the names as Box1 and Box2. If you have already configured an application, rename the application before you configure another connector.
If you add a complex application, you can edit the application name and the logon web address. If the application is an SaaS application, you do not need to change the web address. If the application is a hosted application in your internal network, you change the web address to match the deployed application.
You configure an application connector by providing the following parameters:
If an application is available for SSO only, when you finish configuring the preceding settings, you save the settings and the application appears on the Apps & Docs tab in the App Controller management console. If an application is available for user account management, you select the check box to enable user management and then configure additional settings. The settings include:
For more information about creating user accounts for an application, see Configuring Applications for User Account Management in this section.