BMC Atrium Single Sign On - What are the most important steps in configuring IdP initiated SAML tool with BMC Atrium Single Sign On 9.x?

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    PRODUCT:

    BMC Atrium Single Sign On


    COMPONENT:

    BMC Atrium Single Sign On



    PROBLEM:

    What are the most important steps in configuring IdP initiated SAML tool with BMC Atrium Single Sign On 9.x?


    SOLUTION:

    By default, BMC Atrium Single Sign On supports SP initiated login. 
    It can work with a SAML tool which supports only IdP initiated login. 

    Steps may differ from SAML tool to tool however important points to consider are as follows:

       
    • Configure a Local Service Principal in BMC Atrium SSO without assertion and auto-federation
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    • Configure an IdP with a link for Remedy with Assertion Consumer Service as ASSO consumer service URL (which appears when importing SP metadata).  Also add a RelayState URL to Remedy Midtier
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    • Verify that the http binding method is the same between ASSO and the IdP
      
    Note: To configure a Local Service Principal, you can refer to BMC Online documentation

    https://docs.bmc.com/docs/sso90/bmc-atrium-single-sign-on-using-samlv2-deployment-example-474056894.html



      

     


    Article Number:

    000331117


    Article Type:

    Solutions to a Product Problem



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