DNN OAuth Single Sign-On (SSO) using Facebook as OAuth Provider
DNN OAuth Single Sign-On (SSO)
module gives the ability to enable OAuth Single Sign-On for your DNN site.
Using our Single Sign-On solution, you can use only one password to access
your DNN sites and services. Our module is compatible with all the OAuth
identity providers. Here we will go through a step-by-step guide to configure Single Sign-On
(SSO) between DNN and Facebook considering Facebook as OAuth Provider.
Pre-requisites: Download and Installation
the DNN OAuth Single Sign On module with above link.
Extract the package and upload the extension
dnn-oauth-single-sign-on_xxx_Install by going to
Settings > Extension > Install Extension
Configure DNN OAuth Single Sign-On using Facebook as OAuth Provider
1. Adding SSO module on DNN page
Open any of the page on your DNN site (Edit mode) and Click on
Search for oauthclientsso and click on the oauthclientsso. Drag and
drop the module on the page where you want.
You have finished with the installation of the module on your DNN site.
If you want to add module on every page of your dnn site, go to
Module Settings >> Module Settings >> Advanced Settings.
Check the box for Display Module on All Pages and click on
Under oauthclientsso settings tab, select Facebook as identity
Copy the Redirect/Callback URL and provide the same to your OAuth
Please refer the below table for configuring the
scope & endpoints for Facebook in the plugin.
Enter the required details and click on create app.
Complete the security check and click on Submit button.
Select Facebook Login by clicking on the set up button .
Select Facebook Login -> Settings under Products option in the
Enter the Callback/Redirect URL (from your DNN OAuth SSO module) in the
Valid OAuth Redirect URIs
field. Click on the Save button to save your configurations.
Note: Your Callback/Redirect URI should be https and
not http. It is mandatory while configuring Facebook as an OAuth
Go to Settings -> Basic to view your App Id and App Secret as
shown in the image below.
the Category field. Then, click on Save Changes button to save your
Copy your App ID and your App Secret and save it in your DNN OAuth SSO
module under the respective fields.
Change you app status from In Development to Live by clicking
on OFF as shown in the image below. Then, click on confirm to confirm
your change of status.
You have successfully configured Facebook as OAuth Provider to Single Sign-On
into your DNN application.
3. Testing OAuth SSO
After saving settings, you can see the list of applications you have
Click on Edit to update the configuration.
Click on Test Configuration to check if the configuration is correct.
On successful configuration, you will get Attributes Name and Attribute
Values on Test Configuration window.
4. Attribute Mapping
Go to the
oauthclientsso settings >> Advanced Settings >> Attribute Mapping.
Map email and username with Attribute Name you can see in Test
5. Adding Widget
For adding the widget go to Add Widget.
Click on Add Widget button. A button will be added on the DNN page.
You can configure the
ASP.NET OAuth Single Sign-On (SSO)
module with any identity provider such as
ADFS, Azure AD, Bitium, Centrify, G Suite, JBoss Keycloak, Okta, OneLogin,
Salesforce, AWS Cognito, OpenAM, Oracle, PingFederate, PingOne, RSA
SecureID, Shibboleth-2, Shibboleth-3, SimpleSAML, WSO2
or even with your own custom identity provider.
Not able to find your identity provider? Mail us on
and we'll help you set up SSO with your IDP and for quick guidance (via
email/meeting) on your requirement and our team will help you to select the
best suitable solution/plan as per your requirement.
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