How to configure SSO in the Lumu Portal using Thales (Safenet Trusted Access)
Before you can configure Single Sign-On (SSO) integration with the Lumu Portal using Thales, ensure that you have the following:
- Administrator access to your Thales account.
- Lumu Support has provided you with the necessary instructions and requirements for configuring SSO with Thales.
1. Access the Thales (Safenet Trusted Access) application portal and log in using your Thales credentials.
2. Click the plus button in the Applications tab to add a new app.
3. In the pop-up window, type "Generic Template" and click the plus button to add it.
4. Provide a name for your app, then select "SAML" as the Integration Protocol option. Click the Add button at the bottom.
5. In the next window, click "Download metadata file" and save it for later use. This file contains important configuration details. Make sure to save it securely. Once you saved it, click on “Manual Configuration”.
6. Take note of the ISSUER/ENTITY ID, SINGLE SIGNON SERVICE, and Fingerprint (SHA256) values displayed on the screen. You will need to send this information to Lumu Support. Copy and store these details for later use. Click the "Next Step" button.
7. On the "Step 02: STA Setup" tab, click "Manual Configuration" to open it.
8. Configure the following values:
Your Company Name
ASSERTION CONSUMER SERVICE URL(POST BINDING):
Make sure there aren't any spaces on any of the fields. Otherwise, the configuration process will not work properly.
9. In the SAML Certificates section, click the "Upload Certificate" button for both the "Request Signing Certificate" and "Response Encryption Certificate" tabs. Select the certificate you previously downloaded.
10. Once the certificates are uploaded, scroll down to the "AUTHENTICATION REQUEST SIGNATURE VALIDATION" section. Make sure your screen looks like the image below. Click the "Save" button to complete your app setup.
11. Collect the following information to send to Lumu Support:
SINGLE SIGNON SERVICE:
12. Share the collected information with Lumu Support. They will complete the setup and configuration on their end. Once the SSO implementation is complete, Lumu Portal users will be able to log in seamlessly using Thales credentials.
In case of any issues or questions during the configuration process, contact Lumu Support for assistance.
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