In the long list of multi-factor authentication options that ADSelfService Plus supports, the latest addition is SAML Authentication. Verification of user's identity is done using SAML-based identity providers like OneLogin or Okta.
When SAML Authentication is enabled in ADSelfService Plus, users are routed to their identity provider login URL for authentication, during password self-service operations.
After successful authentication in the identity provider, users are redirected back to the ADSelfService Plus portal where they can reset their password or unlock their account. To use this feature, users do not have to enroll in ADSelfService Plus.
Note: This option will work only if the identity providers have SAML 2.0 enabled.
That's it! You are all set to authenticate users through SAML-based identity providers for self-service password reset and self-service account unlock.
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