It is possible to enable single sign-on (SSO) in the service. This means that the user's right to log in to the service is verified by an external service. In this case, usernames and passwords are not managed in Nepton. The company's policies regarding the login ID and password are also used in Nepton.
By using a SSO provider, it is possible to enable multi-factor authentication (MFA).
Nepton supports the following service providers:
- Microsoft login (O365, Azure AD)
- Google login
- SAML2 single sign-on protocol and service providers that use this protocol. For example ADFS.
Microsoft login commissioning
Microsoft login can be enabled as follows:
- Define Nepton as an application in Azure. Instructions here.
- Configure Microsoft login in Nepton. Instructions here.
SAML SSO commissioning
Instructions for SAML2-based SSO can be found here.
Google login commissioning
Instructions for Google login commissioning can be found here.