What is Single Sign-On (SSO)?

Understand what SSO is and how its settings work in your server environment.


The Auth package must be installed.

Single Sign-On (SSO) allows a user to sign on with one set of credentials to log on to ProcessMaker. This increases security and provides a better user experience for customers, employees, and partners by reducing the number of required accounts/passwords.

As a prerequisite to enable SSO, the Administrator must implement an Identity Provider. If you use a centralized user system, such as Microsoft or Google, you already have access to an Identity Provider.

Notice to Administrators

Enhance security for your ProcessMaker Platform instance by following these best practices. Among these best practices are to require all ProcessMaker users to log on to your ProcessMaker Platform instance via Single Sign-On (SSO), OAuth, OKTA and/or two-factor authentication.

To use one or more Identity Providers, view SSO settings, and then enable the toggle key for the Identity provider(s). Doing so adds a new Settings tab to configure that specific Identity Provider. ProcessMaker Platform supports the following Identity Providers:

pageView SSO SettingspageSearch for an SSO SettingpageConfigure SSO SettingspageAuth PackagepageWhat is a Package?

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