Single Sign-On is an authentication scheme that allows a user to log in with a single set of credentials to any of several related, yet independent, software systems. It allows the user to log in once and access services without re-entering authentication factors. This article will guide you on how to set it up.
* Pixelz is able to integrate with any SSO as long as it is SAML 2.0 compatible.
* SSO is currently available for Enterprise subscribers.
Step 1 - Activate SSO on your account
Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will help you activate the option in our system so you can go ahead with the next steps.
Step 2 - Configure your identity provider (IdP)
Currently, we have documentation on these IDps:
To configure your IdP, you will need to copy some information from your Pixelz SSO settings.
Please go to: https://login.pixelz.com/Account?section=ssoSetting
From here, you will need to copy this information:
Step 3 - Configure SSO settings for Pixelz
To activate SSO on your domain, please go back to:
Please fill in the missing information according to this:
This is the domain of your Organization. We use this for identity federation.
(2) Identifier (Entity ID)
The unique ID that identifies your application to Azure Active Directory. This value must be unique across all applications in your Azure Active Directory tenant.
(3) Reply URL
The reply URL is where the application expects to receive the authentication token. This is also referred to as the “Assertion Consumer Service” (ACS) in SAML.
(4) Tenant URL
This is the SCIM URL for provisioning users.
(5) Secret Token
The SCIM token authenticates Azure AD to dynamically provision users in command. It should be copied from the SSO setting.
Upload Identity Provider metadata file or specify URL.
(7) User profile default
The user profile default will be used when creating new SSO users. You can select between Admin/Accountant/Art Director/DigiTech/Image Coordinator/Photographer/Recolor.
Please feel free to contact our Customer Support team at email@example.com if you have any questions.