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Configuring SAML SSO for Confluence

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Hi All

I am planning to use SAML SSO for confluence in my organization. I am trying out with SAML for Jira and all seems to be working. while configuring "Directory for New Users", it shows only Confluence Internal Directory which is not been used. I wanted to try with the Jira Internal Directory.

For now without SSO, its using the same user authentication as Jira and I wanted the same to go even after SSO implementation. Can you help me with the solution.

If I configure as confluence internal directory and no user groups in confluence, it goes always to the login page (recursive).

Jira-Confluence SSO.PNG

Regards

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Hi @Pradz

you seem to be using our Plugin - could you tell me which version you are using?

If you prefer to troubleshoot this non-public, as you may be sharing information that you consider sensitive, you can also open a support request here: https://resolution.de/go/support

Cheers,
Christian

Thank you @Christian Reichert (resolution) , I am following now a ticket at your support.

 

regards

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