Login as administrator in Moodle and Go to Site Administration >> Plugins >> Install plugins.
Install the plugin from downloaded ZIP package or from Moodle Plugins Directory.
After Installation Go to Site Administration >> Plugins >> Plugins overview.
Select Additional plugins tab and Click on Settings link of Actions column for Configure miniOrange SAML 2.0 SSO plugin.
Step 2: Configure miniOrange SAML SSO 2.0 Plugin
There are two ways to Configure your Identity Provider in the Service Provider Setup Tab:
Manual Configuration: Go to Service Provider Setup tab and fill in your Identity Provider details like IdP Entity ID, SAML Login URL, and X.509 Certificate. You will get these details from your Identity Provider.
Upload IDP Metadata File/XML: Click on Upload IDP Metadata Button and fill in your Identity Provider Name and Click on Upload Metadata button to upload your metadata.
Click on Save button once you have entered all mandatory information.
Click on Test Configuration button to verify if you have configured correctly.
On successful configuration, you will get Attributes Name and Attribute Values on Test Configuration window.
Step 3: Attribute Mapping
In the plugin navigate to Attribute/Role Mapping tab.
From the Test Configuration window you can map the attribute name with the attributes in the plugin.
Step 4: SSO Settings
In the plugin you can add a login widget to enable SP-Initiated SSO on your site.
Go to the Plugins >> Authentication >> Manage authentication.
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