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User manual: How Single Sign-On (SSO) works in Tidaro

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What is Single Sign-On?

In Tidaro, Single sign-on (SSO), is a way to authenticate users to sign in with their enterprise e-mail account without the need of re-entering passwords. The authentication is done within the premises of our customer’s thanks to Enterprise Identity Provider integration.

Which Enterprise Identity Providers can be integrated?

As Tidaro is integrated with the world’s leader in terms of user authorization and authentication, Auth0, we are able to provide a vast variety of possibilities to make SSO possible both for the customers and the users.

By default Tidaro can be integrated with:

  1. Active Directory/LDAP
  2. ADFS (Active Directory Federation Services)
  3. Azure Active Directory Native
  4. Google Workplace
  5. OpenID Connect
  6. PingFederate
  7. SAML
  8. Azure Active Directory


The product is also ready to support unusual flows.

Which are the benefits of SSO?

Single Sign-On comes with several benefits:

  • Credential re-authentication is eliminated
  • User passwords are not stored on our side
  • Workflows are streamlined
  • Phishing is minimized
  • Compliance through a centralized database is improved
  • User access is controlled centrally