Use cases supported with our SSO module
DotNetNuke (DNN) SAML Single Sign-On (SSO) module 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
DotNetNuke SAML Single Sign-On (SSO) module 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
DotNetNuke(DNN) SAML Single Sign-On (SSO) module helps you to add functionality for Single Sign-On (SSO) to your DotNetNuke site. Our module enables users to securely authenticate with multiple applications and websites by logging in only once—with just one set of credentials (username and password).
Two Factor Authentication (2FA) for passwordless login to your DotNetNuke site
miniOrange Two-Factor Authentication is a highly secure & easy to setup Two-Factor Authentication for your DotNetNuke (DNN) site. Rather than relying on a password alone, which can be phished or guessed, miniOrange Two Factor authentication adds a second layer of security to your DotNetNuke (DNN) accounts. It protects your backend and frontend from hacks and unauthorized login attempts.
Single Sign On
Easy and seamless access to all resources. DotNetNuke (DNN) Single Sign-On (SSO) via any existing SAML 2.0 Identity Provider
Protect Your 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
Allows a user to logout from all server sessions established via SAML SSO by initiating the logout process once.
Offers you to map the attributes from your IdP to your DotNetNuke user attributes.
Map your Identity Provider roles to your ASP.NET application and restrict resources to specific roles
Add your own custom X.509 Certificate for sending signed Request and verification of signed Response.
Auto-sync IdP Configuration from metadata
Keep your IDP SAML Configuration and Certificates updated and in sync