Configuring SAML 2.0 for Okta

  1. Log in to your Okta account as an Administrator.
  2. Navigate to Applications > Add Application.
  3. Search for Anodot, select it and click Add.
  4. Log in to your Anodot Account as an Administrator.
  5. Navigate to Settings > Authentication.
  6. Turn the SAML toggle on.
  7. From the Service Provider Details pane, copy the Entity ID (server ID) and Assertion Consumer Service URL (ACS).
    Note:
    Leave this page open as you will need to return to it.
  8. In Okta, select the General Settings tab for Anodot.


  9. Paste the Entity ID ( server ID) and the Assertion Consumer Service URL copied from Anodot into the corresponding Okta fields.
  10. Click Next. The Assign Anodot to People dialog box is displayed.
  11. To assign users, select their name from the list of People. [Optional - skip to step 12 if you do not want to assign users.]
  12. Click Next > Done.

13. Click Done.

14. Click Sign On.

15. In the Sign On > Settings window, click View Setup Instructions to view details explanation, or go to step 16 to complete the setup using the Identity Provider Metadata file.

 

16.  In the Sign On > Settings window, click Identity Provider metadata

17. Click Save File.

18. Open the Metadata file with a text editor. Copy the whole of the X509 string.

Note: Keep this page open in a separate tab or browser window. You'll need to return to it.
19. Open your Anodot Single Sign-On Configuration page. [see step 7].

20. In the Identity Provider Details section - 509 Certificate field, paste the 509 string copied from the           Metadata file.

21. Navigate back to the open Metadata file. Copy the HTTP-POST location string.

22. Open your Anodot Single Sign-On Configuration page. In the Identity Provider Details section - Login URL field, copy the HTTP-POST location string.

23. In the Anodot Single Sign-On Configuration window, click Save.

Setup is now complete.

For more information see: How to Configure SAML 2.0 for Okta 

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