1. Go to APPS, click the ADD APP button. In the search box, type in “SAML Test Connector (IdP).”

2. Under the Info tab, enter a Display name and upload an icon if necessary.

3. Go to “Configuration” tab, enter ACS (Consumer) URL Validator and ACS (Consumer) URL.

  • ACS (Consumer) URL Validator: ^https:\/\/{sub-domain}\.alertops\.com$
  • ACS (Consumer) URL: https://{sub-domain}.alertops.com/login.aspx

4. Open “SSO” tab in One Login.

5. In another browser window, go to AlertOps website. Click on Account in the menu-bar.

6. Check Use Single Sign-On checkbox and the Single Sign-On section will appear.

7. Select OneLogin as SSO Provider. Copy Issuer URL, SAML 2.0 Endpoint (HTTP), SLO Endpoint (HTTP) from Onelogin to AlertOps.

8. In Onelogin, click “View Details” under X.509 certificate, click the copy button on the top right corner of the certificate to copy it, paste the certificate content to AlertOps X.509 Certificate textbox.

9. Match the SAML Signature Algorithms.

10. Click the Save button when complete.

11. In OneLogin, go to USERS, select the users that you want to allow for SSO login in AlertOps, 

12. Enter email address for user, make sure the email address in OneLogin matches with AlertOps. 

13. AlertOps will authenticate based on the AlertOps username matching OneLogin email address or the AlertOps contact email address matching OneLogin email address.

14. Under Applications tab for user page, add the Application you just created in Step 2 to allow user to login to AlertOps. 

15. For Mobile App to use OneLogin authentication. Username from AlertOps must be matching to username/email in OneLogin. Go to OneLogin SETTINGS -> API. Click NEW CREDENTIAL button to create a new API credential with “Manage users” privilege. Copy Client Secret and Client ID from the new generated API credential from OneLogin to AlertOps subscription settings page.

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