Redirect Single Sign-On (SSO) Logins

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By default, all users logging into Bynder do so via the Bynder login page. However, after setting up your Single Sign-On (SSO) provider(s) you can set up a redirect to override the portal login page and automatically direct a user or users to the configured SSO provider based on the predefined conditions such as a Visitor IP address (single IP, multiple IPs, or subnets) or if OAuth2 flow is in use.

Caution

This article describes a self-service SSO configuration to set up one or multiple SSO flows. Contact your Customer Success Manager to confirm you portal has been enabled for Self Service SSO

Who can create login overrides?

Users with the following permissions can create login overrides:

  • Manage login configuration
  • Portal settings

How to Set up Login Overrides

  1. Navigate to Settings > Advanced Settings > Portal Settings.
  2. Click Login Configuration on the left sidebar.
  3. Select Add Override.Screenshot 2024-04-10 at 8.17.46 PM.png
  4. Select the configured login method from the dropdown menu.
    • Both active and inactive login methods will appear.
    • Any override created for an inactive login method will not be used—the system will simply disregard it.
  5. Check Screenshot 2024-04-10 at 8.14.07 PM.png  if you would like to redirect to the selected login method by default.
    • By checking this box, the override will be used for all users instead of the Bynder login page appearing.
    • If you check this box, you cannot create any conditions. 
  6. Select Add condition for the selected override.
    • Visitor IP address
      • Only IP (IPv4, IPv6) and subnet format are allowed.
      • You can enter as many addresses as you like. Make sure to add a comma to separate addresses.
      • IP addresses cannot be duplicated. If duplicates are added, they will be automatically removed.
    • Is Using OAuth2 flow (Yes/No)
  7. Select Save.
  8. Select Screenshot 2024-04-10 at 8.16.21 PM.png to rearrange the override options.
    • Overrides are prioritized based on their position in the list.
    • For example, suppose the override at the top redirects visitors from IP address 123.45.67.89 to Login Method 1, and the override below is a default override for Login Method 2. In that case, all visitors with IP 123.45.67.89 will use Login Method 1, and everyone else will use Login Method 2.

When a user matches the conditions of multiple overrides, the login method positioned the highest will be used for redirection.

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How to Edit or Delete an Override

  1. Navigate to Settings > Advanced Settings > Portal Settings.
  2. Select Login Configuration on the left sidebar.
  3. To edit, select Edit. Edit-Pencil (2).png
  4. To delete, select Delete. trash.png
  5. To deactivate, select Deactivate.

If you have multiple overrides with overlapping conditions and delete/deactivate the one at the top, the system will automatically select the following available override.

FAQ

Is there a limit to the number of overrides I can add?

There is no limit to the number of overrides you can create.

What happens if I create an override and then deactivate the login method?
If you have multiple overrides with overlapping conditions and delete/deactivate the login method, the system will automatically select the following override available. The system will disregard an override made with an inactive login method.

If I create a login override, will my users ever see the Bynder login page?
Yes, the Bynder login page is shown to visitors only when a default override does not exist, and the visitor does not match any of the conditions defined in other active overrides.

Can I test the overrides before making them live?

Once you create an override, it will be live for your users. However, if you would like to test an override, we recommend you create an override for the login method of your choice and then set it to your IP address. Then, this override will be active only for you (and anyone else sharing the same IP address).

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