How to Bypass SSO redirect to Log on to local account?

Javier Caporal April 10, 2023

Our SSO cert expired, we are trying to figure out how to log on to confluence with a local account. we cannot log on right now because the SSO url takes place. 

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Igor 2S August 8, 2023

This applies to server and data center (DC) editions of Jira and Confluence.

If you have a working SSO account, you can log out and get login page with username and password:

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Usually this requires that the system is configured to allow bypassing SSO authentication.

  • Try following linksURLs <BASE_URL>/login.action?auth_fallback or <BASE_URL>/login.action?nosso

Read more on the subject at Atlassian

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April 10, 2023

Hi @Javier Caporal welcome to the community.
Have you tried to login through a private browser window (also known as incognito).  This should allow you to bypass the SSO.

Javier Caporal April 25, 2023

I was able to use this:


There is a typo on step one, SQL is case sensitive for the columns so the 'bandana' does not work but 'BANDANA' does. 

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