The primary role of Single Sign-On or Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) in online security is that it enables you to access multiple web applications using one set of login credentials.
To enable Single Sign-On (SAML) authentication, your account admin will need to request this feature by contacting email@example.com.
Once SAML integration is enabled, the Single Sign-On (SAML) access setting can be used as seen in the screenshot below:
Single Sign-On Settings
We have three Single Sign-On settings that you can use on your sites if Single Sign-On (SAML) has been activated for your account.
1. Allow all members of the Single Sign-On system to access the site.
Anyone that is a member of the Single Sign-On system or Identity Provider can access or login to the site.
2. Only allow Single Sign-On members with specific emails to access the site.
Only visitors whose Single Sign-On email address had been added will be whitelisted and granted access to the site. The site owner should add specific email addresses to the given field. These specific email addresses should be a member of the Single Sign-On system or Identity Provider in order to access or log into the site.
3. Only allow Single Sign-On members in specific groups to access the site.
Only visitors whose Single Sign-On group matches an approved group can access the site. The site owner should select the group from the registered Single Sign-On Groups. Multiple groups can be selected.