In this tutorial, you will learn how to use OneLogin with V2 Cloud. This is an identity management third party application. Once set up, it allows you to control everything your users can access from a single dashboard.
Create an account on OneLogin.
Navigate to the Users tab and select New User
Enter The information and check Active. You can then click on Save User.
Go to the Applications tab and select Add App.
Search for SAML, and select SAML Test Connector.
Change the name to V2 Cloud and change the logo (optional) and then select Save.
Go to the SSO page and keep it open.
Go to your Dashboard under the SSO Connectors tab and then Configure a new identity provider.
Fill out the information with the open window from STEP 6 as shown below. Click on View details under Certificate to be able to copy it. You have to copy all the text.
Select the Action button and select Link VMs, and then select the VM you want.
Go back to OneLogin to assign the V2 Cloud app you created to the right users. Select the Users tab and click on the user you want to connect.
Go to the Applications tab and select + .
Go back to your V2 Cloud dashboard under SSO Connectors – Action – Display SP config and keep the window open.
Go back to OneLogin under Applications – choose your app – Configuration and fill out the information with the window from STEP 12.
Go to Parameter on the left sidebar and click on the + (PLUS). Enter sp_name in the attribute, select – No default – and check Include in SAML assertion. Click Save.
In your administrator session in V2 Cloud; open Control Panel and go to System. Select Advanced network setting and go to Remote. Uncheck the last option to disable Network Level Authentication.
Select Login with SSO in V2 Cloud to test it and you are done. Enter your full user email from OneLogin.
Done! You can now use OneLogin to connect to V2 Cloud.