How to configure SSO in the Lumu Portal using Okta

How to configure SSO in the Lumu Portal using Okta

Single Sign-on (SSO) allows you to log in to the Lumu portal through Identity Providers using their current credentials. Instead of requiring users to manage multiple usernames and passwords, SSO allows you to log in to multiple applications using the profile created in your Identity Management Service.
The Lumu Portal provides SSO with Okta, a third-party authentication service that enables users to log in to the Lumu Portal seamlessly. When you configure SSO in your Lumu Portal, your users can connect without the need for separate login credentials.

Prerequisites

To configure SSO integration with the Lumu Portal, you'll need administrator access to your Okta organization.

Okta Settings

To configure Single Sign On for the Lumu Portal using Okta:
1. Log in to your organization’s Okta administrator account. Navigate to the “Applications” option in the menu and open the section with the same name inside the dropdown. Then, click “Create App Integration”.

Click App IntegrationFigure 1 - Click App Integration

2. In the next screen, select SAML 2.0, then, click next. 
3. Use the provided options to select an adequate name and optionally upload a picture to update the application logo. Read the provided instructions and requirements carefully.

Assign a name and logoFigure 2 - Assign a name and logo (optional)

4. Scroll down until you find the “Advanced Sign-on Settings” and configure the following properties with the required values: 
  1. Single Sign On URL: https://portal.lumu.io/api/v1/users/saml/auth   
  2. Audience URI (SP Entity ID): https://portal.lumu.io/api/v1/users/saml/auth 
  3. Application username: Email
      Click on Next, then fill out the feedback form as you see fit. Click on ‘Finish’ to save all the changes. 

Configure the required valuesFigure 3 - Configure the required values.

5. ack on the “Sign On” tab, look for an alert indicating that SAML 2.0 will not be configured until the setup instructions are completed. There, click on the “Identity Provider Metadata” link. 
Click Identify Provider metadataFigure 4 - Click "Identify Provider metadata".

6. This will display the IdP Metadata. Using the “Save As” option, store it as a .xml file. 

Copy and store the IdP metadataFigure 5 - Copy and store the IdP metadata

7. Send the obtained .xml file to Lumu Support. Once received, we will finish setting up the required configuration and the SSO configuration through OneLogin will be complete. 

If you wish to learn more about this procedure, please refer to Okta's official documentation

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