In this tutorial, you will learn how to login with V-Key to use V2 Cloud. You need to use a LADP directory. In this example, we use JumpCloud but it can be any LADP, Open LADP, Azure AD… and many others.
NOTE: You cannot use a V2 Cloud valid email address as a JumpCloud user.
Login to your JumpCloud account and select LDAP in the left tab. The ORG DN will be your Base DN in V-Key Cloud Directory setting.
Select Users in the left tab. Select + and then Manual user entry.
Fill out mandatory fields. This user will become the administrator of this directory. Fill in the password; It will be the password you will use to connect to your V2 Cloud desktop. Scroll down and enable Enable as LDAP Bin DN, and Click Save.
Click on the user you just created and note the LDAP Distinguished Name. You will need it to fill the User DN in V-Key.
Login to your V-Key account and navigate to your V-Key dashboard.
Select Directories on the left tab, and create directories. Fill in the fields as shown below. The Base DN is the ORG DN in STEP 1. The User DN is the LDAP Distinguished Name from the previous STEP 5. Use the password created for JumpCloud user at STEP 3. Click Save.
Click the wireless icon to test the connection.
Go to Token Packs in the left tab and select the pencil to edit.
Select JumpCloud for Primary Directory. Select the pencil next to Generic SAML 2.0 SSO Service and change the name to V2 Cloud (optional). Click Save.
Select the envelope icon to send an onboarding email to the user.
Once you received the onboarding email, download V-Key on your phone (available Android and Apple) and follow the instructions. When they ask to enter your credential, you need to use the directory user you created in JumpCloud at STEP 3.
On the left tab, select Connectors – SAML 2.0 – Edit SAML2 Connector – Template – Free Token Pack.
Change the Name and URL Suffix to what you want. We suggest using V2 Cloud or your company name.
Scroll down and enter the value as shown below. We will come back to fill the other fields later.
Scroll down and select SAML Response Attribute – write: email , and copy paste:
Scroll down to the Identity Provider Information and leave this page open.
Go to your V2 Cloud Dashboard under SSO Connector and select Add a new SAML connector.
Fill out the fields with the information from STEP 16. Copy/paste everything in the fields.
Click on Actions and then Display SP Config. Keep this page open.
Go back to the open V-Key page to finish the configuration. Fill the fields exactly as below. Click Save at the bottom.
Go back to Token Packs on the left tab and select the pencil to edit. Scroll down and select the pencil to edit V2 Cloud Generic SAML 2.0 Token.
Select V2 Cloud or the name you gave to your SAML 2.0 connector.
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.
Go back to the V2 Cloud login to test. Select login with SSO and enter the SSO Identifier you entered in STEP 18. It needs to be written exactly the same way. Enter your JumpCloud user credentials or use your phone to scan the QR code instead.
You are done. You can now log in Using V-OS Cloud from V-Key.