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Enable SSO on Instance have 2 verify domain

Our Atlassina have 2 verify domain and some 3rd party users.

I would like to know what happen if we enable SSO to a verify domain.

Do users with other domain and 3rd party still can login with their password?

 

Addition, If we subsciption the Atlassian Access now, is the feature Atlassian Access Authentication Policies available on our Atlassian?

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Hi Lan,

When you subscribe to Atlassian Access and enable SSO, it only applies to the domains that you verify.

On your site, if there are other users from other companies (contractors, consultants), then they will login with their Atlassian account using their user name and password.

And yes, once you get Atlassian Access, you will get access to the authentication policies, if by this you mean password policies (complexity, expiry). This though, will be overriden if you enable SAML SSO, as users no longer need their Atlassian account password.

Cheers, Jimmy

Hi Jimmy,

 

Thank you for your answer, just 1 more thing i need verify. We have 2 verify domains in our Atlassian. Can i turn on SSO for 2 domains or only 1? If i turn on SSO for 1 domain, how about the other?

Hi Lan,

SSO can be independently enabled for each domain, so you can enable in both or only one depending on how you want to rollout.

Cheers, Jimmy

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