This is my first blog of the year and also for SDL Tridion Sites 9.0, I would like to blog about my learning one of the great new feature SAML 2.0 support on SDL Tridion Sites 9.0.
Previously, Content Manager supported Single Sign-On (SSO) solutions that are now outdated and not Cloud-ready for the browser-based user interfaces (Content Manager Explorer and Experience Manager). Now, In the SDL Tridion Sites 9.0 product offers support for SAML 2.0, supporting both an Identity Provider-initiated (IdP-initiated) and a Service Provider-initiated (SP-initiated) scenario. User provisioning and group mapping are also supported.
SSO – SAML 2.0 Support
AzureAD: “real” Idp-initiated scenario is only available for Premium subscriptions
Fields to modify in the AzureAD params sample:
Where SP_Audience is the Application ID
All Other IDs are Directory ID
Azure App Registration ID:
Azure Active Directory ID:
Azure Active Directory ID – To find it in the Azure Active Directory -> Properties
Thanks to Anton Minko for a good demo.
It was a really good happy learning knowledge and sharing.
I hope it helps if you have any questions, please direct your questions to Tridion StackExchange