Single Sign-On for Businesses

    Enable users to sign in to their account using a single set of credentials created via an identity provider

    How does Single Sign-On work?

    RemotePC Team and Enterprise plan users can use Single Sign-On (SSO) for accessing their account. Admin of the accounts can choose a SAML 2.0 identity provider (IdP) like Okta, Azure, OneLogin, AD FS, etc., to login to your RemotePC account without having to remember another password. On enabling SSO, users can conveniently access multiple systems with a single set of credentials.

    Setting up Single Sign-On

    Sign in with an IdP of your choice

    Configure an identity provider

    Register the RemotePC application with a SAML 2.0 IdP to receive the Single Sign-On URL, IdP Issuer URL and X.509 certificate (Base64).

    Configure RemotePC account for SSO

    Provide the sign-on and issuer URLs, and X.509 certificate in the application.

    Enable SSO for users

    Once SSO is added for your account, you can invite users with SSO login permissions or enable SSO for existing users.

    Access SSO enabled accounts

    Once SSO is enabled, users can login to their accounts via web, desktop or mobile application. User authentications will be carried out by the IdP; users can use a single set of IdP credentials for accessing multiple systems.

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