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show sso idp-profile

show sso idp-profile

Description

Displays all SSOSingle Sign-On. SSO is an access-control property that allows the users to log in once to access multiple related, but independent applications or systems to which they have privileges. The process authenticates the user across all allowed resources during their session, eliminating additional login prompts. IDP profiles.

Syntax

No parameters.

Example

The output of this command lists all SSOSingle Sign-On. SSO is an access-control property that allows the users to log in once to access multiple related, but independent applications or systems to which they have privileges. The process authenticates the user across all allowed resources during their session, eliminating additional login prompts. IDP profiles on the controller.

((host) (config) #show sso idp-profile

SSO Profile List

----------------

Name References Profile Status

---- ---------- --------------

sso-example 0

Related Commands

Command

Description

sso idp-profile

This command configures an SSOSingle Sign-On. SSO is an access-control property that allows the users to log in once to access multiple related, but independent applications or systems to which they have privileges. The process authenticates the user across all allowed resources during their session, eliminating additional login prompts. Identity Provider profile for use with application SSOSingle Sign-On. SSO is an access-control property that allows the users to log in once to access multiple related, but independent applications or systems to which they have privileges. The process authenticates the user across all allowed resources during their session, eliminating additional login prompts. with L2 Authentication.

Command History

Release

Modification

ArubaOS 8.0.0.0

Command introduced.

Command Information

Platforms

Licensing

Command Mode

All platforms

Base operating system.

Enable and Config mode on Mobility Master and managed device.

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