- 28 Apr 2022
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RapidIdentity IdP Configuration
- Updated on 28 Apr 2022
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The Identity Provider Configuration page contains various URL sites, links to download metadata and certificate information, the certificate fingerprint, and an option to ensure consistent client addresses. This page provides administrators with their Registered Identity Provider information for user authentication in web applications.
Expand Identity Providers from the Left Menu Items, and click IDP Configuration.
The current Identity Provider Configuration will be displayed in the workspace. For details, refer to the below table.
The SAML EntityID of the Identity Provider
The base URL to the IdP
The IdP's logout URL
Live Metadata URL
The URL to view the metadata associated with the provider that allows the remote vendor to access the metadata at any time.
Click to download the registered metadata for the Identity Provider to save as an XML file.
Signing Certificate .PEM File
Click to download the (.PEM) encryption certificate used by the Identity Provider.
Signing Certificate .CER File
Click to download the (.CER) signing certificate used by the Identity Provider.
The SHA1 fingerprint of the IdP's signing and encryption certificate
Ensure Consistent Client Address Checkbox
When this box is checked, the client address is maintained across clustering and is bound to a particular client IP address. Requests from that session are only considered valid when used from that same IP address.
Checking this box can cause users to be forced to re-authenticate from devices any time their connection changes cell towers or wireless access points, or when the DHCP lease expires.
- The Delete Configuration function should be used only if there is an issue with the IdP configuration, such as a mismatch of IP address or a change to the DNS name, as the IdP configuration will be deleted and must be reconfigured completely.
- Deleting an IdP configuration will also result in deleting all SAML Relying Party configurations and will require reconfiguration of the IdP, Relying Parties, and all federated Service Providers.