Drupal SAML RSA SecurID SSO (Single Sign-On) setup will allow your user to login to your Drupal site using their RSA SecurID Credentials.
Drupal SAML module gives the ability to enable SAML Single Sign-on for Drupal. This module
is compatible with all SAML Identity Providers (IdP). We provide Drupal SAML Single Sign on - Service Provider module which is compatible with Drupal 7, Drupal 8 Drupal 9 and Drupal 10. Here we will go through a guide to configure SAML SSO between
Drupal and RSA SecurID Idp. By the end of this guide, users from your Identity Provider should be able to login into the Drupal site.
Steps to configure RSA SecurID SAML Single Sign-On (SSO) Login into Drupal site
1. Setup Drupal as Service Provider
In the miniOrage SAML Service Provider module, go to Service Provider Setup tab of the module. There are two way to configure Drupal SAML Service Provider SSO module:
A. By Uploading IDP Metadata
Click on Upload IDP Metadata link.
Click on Upload Metadata File and click on Upload File to fetch your information.
You can either Upload Metadata URLand click on Fetch Metadata button.
B. Manual Configuartion
Provide the required settings (i.e. Identity Provider Name, Idp Entity ID or Issuer, SAML Login URL and X.509 Certificate) find to your Identity Provider RSA SecurID and click on Save Configuration button to save your configuration.
In the Administration Console, click Application → Application Catalog.
Click Create From Template button on the top right corner.
Next to the SAML Direct, click select in the Choose Connector Template page. The Add Connector wizard appears.
Fill the required information in the Basic Information page on the Add Connector wizard.
Name:- Name of the application for eg. miniOrange Plugin.
Description (Optional):- Description for your application.
Disabled [a checkbox] (optional): Select this only if you want to make this application unavailable to users. When disabled, the application appears in My Application but does not appear in the RSA application portal.
Click Next Step button.
Fill the required information in the Connection Profile page.
Upload the miniOrange module metadata file and click on the Import Metadata button. You can download it from the Service Provider info tab of the module.
Verify the configured URLs and clicks on the Save button on the top right corner of the pop-up window.
Initiate SAML Workflow
Select SP-Initiated, if you want the SSO should be invoked from Application or select IDP-initiated, if you want the user should log in into RSA first and then access Application from his RSA Dashboard.
Configure base URL of your Application or you can leave it blank if IDP-initiated is selected.
Select Binding type: POST and Signed Checked.
SAML Identity Provider(Issuer)
Upload the public and private key which will be used to signed SAML Response or you can generate new key pair by clicking on the Generate Cert Bundle button.
(Optional) Enable checkbox for Include Certificate in Outgoing Assertion.
Assertion Consumer Service URL and Audience URL should be preconfigured if you have uploaded plugin’s metadata in the Connection Profile section. If not, you can find the required URLs from Service Provider Info tab of the miniOrange SAML plugin and update the URL here.
Configure NameID information that identifies the user on whose behalf the SAML Assertion is generated.
Advanced Configuration: Attribute Extention
Configure additional user information to be sent to the Application in the SAML Response, for example, username, email, display name, groups etc.
Sign outgoing Assertion:- Assertion within Response.
Encrypt Assertion (Optional): If checked, you need to load miniOrange module public certificate and you can download it from the Service Provider Info tab of the module.
Unchecked Send encoded URL in Assertion.
Checked include issuer NameID format and select NameID Format as Unspecified.
Save the configuration and move to the next page i.e. User Access page.
Define application access in the User Access page.
Configure application display settings for RSA end users like app icon etc and save the settings
Now, In the Administration Console, click Application My Application.
Find the app that you have configured and click on Edit Export Metadata. Keep the metadata handy, it will require to configure miniOrange module.
Click on Publish Changes in the top left corner of the RSA Admin Console to publish this configuration and immediately activate it.
You have successfully configured RSA SecurID as SAML IdP (Identity Provider) for achieving RSA SecurID SSO login into
your Drupal Site.
In this guide, you have successfully configured RSA SecurID SAML Single Sign-On ( RSA SecurID Login ) choosing
RSA SecurID as IdP and Drupal as SP using miniOrange SAML SP 2.0 Single Sign On (SSO) - SAML Service Provider Login module.
This solution ensures
that you are ready to roll out secure access to your Drupal site using CyberArk login credentials within
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