How to Enable SSO Integration

March 12, 2024

Enabling Single Sign-On (SSO) integration allows users on your Enterprise server to log in using your organization’s identity provider. SSO streamlines access control by enabling users to use a single set of credentials reducing the risk of password-related security breaches.

To configure your Jotform Enterprise server

  1. Log in to your Admin account and open Admin Console.
Steps to access Admin Console in Jotform Enterprise
  1. Go to Settings on the left, then turn on Single Sign-On.
The SSO settings in Jotform Enterprise
  1. Take note of the Service Provider Metadata details. These will be used for your identity provider’s Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) configuration. If applicable, adjust the URLs to match your server’s custom domain name.
The Service Provider Metadata in Jotform Enterprise
  1. Configure SAML in your identity provider account to get the details for the Identity Provider Metadata fields.
The Identity Provider Metadata in Jotform Enterprise

Here’s a table of what Identity Provider Metadata values to use for the Entity ID, SSO URL, and Certificate fields in Jotform according to provider, as well as links on how to get them:

Provider Entity ID SSO URL Certificate
Azure AD Azure AD Identifier Login URL Certificate
Google SSO Entity ID SSO URL Certificate
Okta Identity Provider Issuer Identity Provider
Single Sign-On URL
X.509 Certificate
OneLogin Issuer URL SAML 2.0 Endpoint (HTTP) X.509 Certificate
  1. Save and test your configuration.
The Save and Test SSO configuration in Jotform Enterprise
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