IDrive supports Single Sign-On (SSO) for its Enterprise plan, which allows users to access their account by signing in to a central identity provider (IdP). Admin of Enterprise accounts can use any IdP of their choice to process all user authentications. This simplifies the sign-in experience by allowing users to login to multiple systems with just one set of credentials.
To begin with, admin of an Enterprise account needs to register the IDrive application with an IdP and get the single sign-on URL, issuer URL and X.509 certificate (Base64).
After receiving the URLs and certificate, admin needs to configure their IDrive account. This can be done via the IDrive web interface.
Once an IDrive Enterprise account is configured for SSO, admin can enable single sign-on for the sub-accounts, as required.
Once SSO is enabled, sub-account users can login to their accounts via web, desktop or mobile application. They will be redirected to the IdP and prompted to enter credentials for validation. Once validated, the sub account users can continue using their IDrive accounts.
Admins can also create their own identity providers for using Single Sign-On. Learn more.