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Single Sign-On (SSO)

Catherine Roy Updated by Catherine Roy

Convictional offers Single Sign-On (SSO) as an alternative to Passwordless Sign-in for user authentication.

This feature allows you to use a single set of credentials (your current enterprise system) to authenticate with multiple websites and services. It adds a layer of security to any business-critical operations that are done with Convictional.

Enabling SSO

In your Convictional account, head to Settings and select Security.

Click on “Enable SSO”. This will redirect you to a form where you can configure your enterprise authentication system:

Source: https://workos.com/docs/admin-portal/guide

After SSO is enabled, users associated with your account can login normally and will be automatically redirected to the correct Identity Provider (IdP) to be authenticated.

SSO refreshes every 7 days, your users will then need to re-authenticate to maintain access.

Whenever SSO is enabled, your account's users will no longer be able to use passwordless authentication.

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