SAML SSO Deployment Guide
for Cisco Unified Communications Applications provides
information on how to enable the Security Assertion Markup Language Single
SSO) solution, which allows administrators to access a defined set of
Cisco collaboration applications seamlessly after signing into one of those
applications. This document describes the various applications that can be used
with the SAML-based SSO solution as well as the supported Identity Providers
(IdPs) that provide the user authentication for the solution. This document
provides links to product documentation for configuration of specific
This document is
intended for system administrators who are familiar with the SAML-based SSO
solution for the various Cisco Unified Communications applications and
supported IdPs. This guide also requires knowledge of Network Time Protocol
(NTP) and Domain Name System (DNS) server settings.
table provides the organization of this guide.
"SAML-based SSO solution"
an overview of how the SAML-based SSO solution works and contains information
about general topics, and components that are related to the configuration and
SAML SSO feature. It also details the basic
configuration flow and system requirements.
"SAML-based SSO configuration"
information on the various features of
SAML SSO and the reconfiguration process of OpenAM SSO
to SAML-based SSO solution.
See the following
documents for further information about related
SSO solutions and configurations:
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