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Disable password login

Hi,

 

All of our users use Google SSO to log in to JIRA. Is it possible to disable username/password-based login completely, to avoid one more avenue of vulnerability?

 

Jaka

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Shannon S Atlassian Team Jan 25, 2018

Hi Jaka,

According to this feature request, ID-6199, once you enable G-Suite Integration, it should be forcing your users to use Google.

I found a Cloud account under your email address, but as far as I can tell from that, no domain was claimed and G Suite wasn't enabled.

If this is your domain, could you try to enable G-Suite and let me know if you have any issues?

Regards,

Shannon

Thanks Shannon, looking into whether that would work or not. I posted a question to the JIRA ticket re. the deprovisioning mechanics.

We have G-Suite Integration enabled and users can log in with 'Sign in with Google', as well as email and password.

Is there no way to force our orgs users to 'Sign in with Google'? 

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