WordPress SAML 2.0 And WS-FED IDP allows users residing in your WordPress site to login to your SAML 2.0 or WS-FED compliant Service Provider. We support all known Service Providers.
WordPress as IdP SAML SSO Plugin acts as a SAML 2.0 Identity Provider which can be configured to establish the trust between the plugin and various SAML 2.0 supported Service Providers to securely authenticate the user using the WordPress site.
Most popular Service Providers which uses Wordpress SAML 2.0 And WS-FED IDP are:
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Benefits of using miniOrange WordPress SAML / WS-FED IDP
- Login to any SAML 2.0 or WS-FED compliant Service Provider using your WordPress site.
- Easily configure the Identity Provider by providing just the Issuer, ACS URL / Provider Login URL and NameID format.
- Make user login more secure by signing and encrypting response to Service Provider.
- Easily integrate the login link from your WordPress site using shortcode for IdP initiated SSO. Just drop it in a desirable place in your site. ( Not supported for WS-FED )
- Use the Attribute Mapping feature to map WordPress user profile attributes to your SP attributes.
- Use the Role Mapping feature to send roles assigned to users from your WordPress site to your Service Provider.
- Supports multiple Service Providers from the same WordPress instance.
Follow the Step-by-Step Guide to enable miniOrange WordPress SAML / WS-FED as IDP
Step 1: Download and install Wordpress SAML 2.0 And WS-FED IDP
From your WordPress dashboard
- Visit Plugins > Add New.
- Search for miniOrange. Install Login with WordPress Users
- Activate the plugin from your Plugins page
- Download login With Wordpress Users plugin.
- Unzip and upload the miniorange-wp-saml-idp directory to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
- Activate WordPress as IdP SAML Single Sign-On from your Plugins page
Step 2: Configure the plugin:
- Go to Identity Provider
- Now configure your Identity Provider.
- Save your configuration.