Single Sign-On Overview
Paragon Automation allows single sign-on of users to allow users to access Paragon Automation resources by using credentials of a third-party account such as Anuta or Google.
Paragon Automation Release 21.1 supports single sign-on only for Anuta and Google accounts.
When you log in to Paragon Automation by using the credentials of an identity provider account, the authentication is provided by the identity provider and authorization by Paragon Automation.
To allow single sign-on in Paragon Automation:
Add the identity provider to Paragon Automation; see Add an Identity Provider.
If default roles are not assigned for users logging in by using the identity provider account credentials while adding the identity provider, add the default roless; see Edit and Delete an Identity Provider.
You can also define individual users who can log in by using single sign-on and assign specific roles to them; see Add Users.
If you have roles defined as part of identity provider and also as an individual user, you are assigned privileges based on the roles assigned to you as an individual user.
After you create an identity provider, Paragon Automation displays Log in with <identity provider-name> on the log in page. Users having an account with the identity provider can log in to Paragon Automation by using their credentials of their identity provider account.