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LinkedIn SSO - Login using WordPress Users (WP as SAML IDP) Plugin enables Single Sign-On (SSO) login into LinkedIn using WordPress Login credentials. In this guide we will Setup SAML Single Sign-On (SSO) with WordPress in LinkedIn by configuring LinkedIn as Service Provider (SP) and WordPress as Identity Provider (IDP).
Note: Premium Version of WP SAML IDP Plugin is required to set up SSO with LinkedIn.
To integrate the WordPress site as an Identity Provider, you will need to install the miniOrange Login using WordPress Users (WP as SAML IDP) plugin:
Single Sign-On (SSO) login with WordPress Users into any Service Provider like Tableau, Zoho, Zoom, Moodle, Canvas LMS, Absorb LMS, TalentLMS, etc.
You have successfully configured LinkedIn as Service Provider.
|Service Provider Name|
|SP Entity ID or Issuer||Copy & paste the SP-EntityID from LinkedIn's Metadata file|
|ACS URL||Copy & paste the Location from LinkedIn's Metadata file|
|Assertion Signed||Check to sign the SAML Assertion|
|Name||User Meta Data|
In this Guide, you have successfully integrated LinkedIn - SAML Single Sign-On (SSO) with plugin- Login using WordPress Users (WP as SAML IDP). Configuring LinkedIn as SP and WordPress as IDP. This solution ensures that you are ready to roll out secure Single Sign-On (SSO) access with SAML 2.0 Authentication into LinkedIn using WordPress login credentials.
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