DotNetNuke (DNN) OAuth/JWT Single Sign On (SSO) authentication provider module supports
login/Single Sign-On (SSO) with your Azure AD, AWS Cognito, Invision
Community, Slack, Discord or other custom OAuth/JWT 2.0 providers. DNN
Single Sign for OAuth/JWT works with any Identity provider that conforms
to the OAuth/JWT 2.0 and OpenID Connect (OIDC) 1.0 standard.
DNN Single Sign-On (SSO) authentication provider module for OAuth/JWT has support for Integrated Windows Authentication(IWA). Integrated Windows Authentication is the preferred approach to authentication whenever users are part of the same Windows domain as the server. Users are authenticated against an existing identity store such as Active Directory which gives seamless login experience.
Single Sign-On (SSO) into Multiple DotNetNuke sites
DNN Single Sign-On (SSO) authentication provider module for SAML also supports login into multiple DotNetNuke sites with one set of credentials using SAML protocol. Once the user will be logged into one of the DNN sites, he/she will be logged into to other DNN sites automatically that is no need to enter login credentials for other sites again.
Single Sign-On (SSO) into single DotNetNuke (DNN) site
DNN Single Sign-On (SSO) authentication provider module for SAML helps you to add functionality for Single Sign-On (SSO) to your DotNetNuke site. Our DNN authentication provider enables users to securely authenticate with multiple applications and websites by logging in only once—with just one set of credentials (username and password).
Multi Factor Authentication (MFA) for passwordless login to your DotNetNuke site
Secure your DotNetNuke site from password thefts using multi-factor authentication (MFA) methods with 15+ authentication types provided by miniOrange. Our multi-factor authentication (MFA) methods prevent unauthorized users from accessing information and resources having password alone as an authentication factor. Enabling second-factor authentication or two factor authentication(2FA)for your DotNetNuke site protects you against password thefts.
IP blocking for your DotNetNuke (DNN) site
DNN Single Sign-On (SSO) module helps you to add IP blocking/IP restriction to your DotNetNuke (DNN) site which adds extra security to DotNetNuke (DNN) site. In this, we provide you option for IP blocking which includes both automatic (based on user behavior) and manual IP blocking which includes blacklisting and whitelisting of IP addresses to provide access restriction, the office only access, intranet access & network restriction
Using Adaptive Authentication you can also restrict the No. of devices the end user can access the Services on. You can allow end users to access services on a fixed no. of devices. The end users will be able to access services provided by us on this fixed no. of devices.
Single Sign On
Easy and seamless access to all resources. Login to your DotNetNuke (DNN) site via any existing OAuth / OpenID / JWT provider that conforms to the OAuth 2.0 and OpenID Connect (OIDC) 1.0 standard.
Map your Identity Provider roles to your DNN roles and restrict resources to specific roles.
Protect complete Site
You can restrict your site to only logged in users by redirecting the users to your IdP if logged in session is not found.
Multiple OAuth / OpenID / JWT Connect Provider Support
Support for adding login with one or more OAuth / OpenID / JWT Connect Providers.
Offers you to map the attributes from your IdP to your DotNetNuke user attributes.
After user SSO to DNN, if user already exists in DNN, then his profile gets updated or it will create a new DNN User.
Add support for login to your all DoteNetNuke (DNN) parent as well as child portals using your Identity Provider credentials.
* There is an additional cost for the number of subportals in
Multiportal Network. The Multiportal licenses are based on the
total number of subportal in your DotNetNuke Network.
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If the premium module you purchased is not working as advertised and
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Steps to Configure DNN OAuth Single Sign-On (SSO) module
Step 1: Download and install module in DNN.
the DNN OAuth Single Sign-On (SSO) module.
Extract the package and upload the extension
dnn-oauth-single-sign-on_xxx_Install by going to
Settings > Extension > Install Extension
Step 2: Adding Module on DNN page
Open any of the page on your DNN site (Edit mode) and Click on
Add Module .
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
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
Step 3: Select your OAuth/OIDC/JWT Provider
Go to Module Settings >> oauthclientsso Settings
You can see the Oauth / Openid / JWT providers list.
Search your OAuth/OpenID/JWT provider application or click on your
OAuth/OpenID/JWT provider application from the given application’s
If your application/ server name is not there in the default list.
You can click on Custom OAuth 2.0 App or
Custom OpenID Connect App to add a custom OAuth/OpenID/JWT
Step 4: Configuring OAuth/OIDC/JWT Provider
Copy Redirect/Callback Url from the module’s
Provide it to your OAuth/OpenID/JWT provider to configure it on
Step 5: Configuring OAuth Client
1. If you are using any custom Oauth/JWT provider
Configure your OAuth/JWT provider and you will get
Client ID, Client Secret, Authorize Endpoint, Access Token
and UserInfo Endpoint from your OAuth/OpenID/JWT provider.
Add the supported scopes by your OAuth/OpenID/JWT provider.
Click on the Save/Update button to save module
2. If you have selected any of the default OAuth/JWT provider from
the given list
Note: For Default Applications in the default list, endpoints
and scopes are auto-filled. But you can change it if required.
Your OAuth/JWT provider will provide you with
Client / App ID and Client secret. Copy Client/App ID
and Client secret and paste it under Client Id and Client secret in
the module configuration window.
Confirm you have filled all required fields and click on
Update / Save.
Step 6: Testing OAuth SSO
Click the Test Configuration button to verify if you have
configured the plugin correctly.
On successful configuration, you will get Attribute Name and
Attribute Values in the Test Configuration window.
Step 7: Mapping the basic attributes
Go to the
oauthclientsso settings >> Advanced Settings >> Attribute
Map email and username with Attribute Name you can see in
Test Configuration window.
Click on the Save button to save the settings.
Step 8: Adding login/SSO widget on DNN Page
For Adding Button on the DNN page beside the module settings click
on the Add Item (Pencil Icon).
Click on Add widget option to add the login button.
List of popular OAuth/JWT Providers we support
HR Answerlink / Support center
Blizzard (Formerly Battle.net)
LIST OF POPULAR OPENID CONNECT (OIDC) PROVIDERS WE SUPPORT
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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