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Prerequisites

  • You need to be an Owner in AlexisHR to enable SSO

  • Make sure your account plan allows you to use SSO

Supported Features

  • IdP-initiated SSO

  • SP-initiated SSO (See note)

Note: By default and when following the instructions below IdP-initiated SSO is enabled in AlexisHR. To enable SP-initiated SSO, follow the below set steps and then contact your Customer Success or write us in the chat.

Procedure - How to set up SSO via SAML 2.0

You will have to locate this information in your specific identity provider (IdP).

  • SSO URL: URL at the IdP to which SAML authentication requests should be sent. This is often called an SSO URL.

  • Logout URL*: URL at the IdP to which SAML logout requests should be sent. This is often called a logout URL, a global logout URL, or a single logout URL (see note).

  • Public x509 certificate: Certificate needed to validate the signature of the authentication assertions that have been digitally signed by the IdP. There should be a place to download the signing certificate from the IdP. If the certificate is not in .pem or .cer format, you should convert it to one of these formats.

    *This feature is currently not fully implemented in AlexisHR but is still a required field due to limitations in our 3rd party vendor (Auth0).

    Go to Settings -> SAML Single sign-on and enter the information


    You will receive the following information:

  • Audience URI

  • Assertion Consumer Service URL (ACS URL)

Copy this information and add it to your IdP

Setting up SSO in your IdP

  • Signed Response: Can be set to true (optional)

  • Name ID format: Email or Unspecified

  • Name ID: should be set where the users work email is stored

  • IdP Work Email attribute: should be mapped to email

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