Set Required Permissions for Azure AD to Integrate with Cora SeQuence Sites
You can integrate Cora SeQuence with Azure AD to enable secure single-sign on. First you need to add your Cora SeQuence sites as applications to your Azure AD portal.
Configure Cora SeQuence Single Sign-on for Use with Azure Active Directory
To authenticate users in Cora SeQuence using your Azure Active Directory, you need to modify the web.config file for each Cora SeQuence component, and IIS.
Configure Active Directory Synchronization Service
Learn how to import users from AD to Cora SeQuence. ADSS only imports information from AD, and does not write to it.
Configure HTTPS for Cora SeQuence Sites
Configure your Cora SeQuence sites with SSL to secure your Cora SeQuence environment. The prerequisite steps are mandatory for each Cora SeQuence site.
Configure Claims-Based Authentication
To authenticate users in Cora SeQuence using using claims-based authentication, you need to modify the web.config file for each Cora SeQuence site.
Provision Users from Azure AD
In order to synchronize your Azure AD users and groups with Cora SeQuence (using ADSS), you need to add your Cora SeQuence ADSS as an application to your Azure AD.
Configure Cora SeQuence for SAML 2.0 Authentication
SAML 2.0 is an XML-based protocol that uses security tokens containing assertions to pass information about a principal (usually an end user) between a SAML authority, named an Identity Provider, and
Configure Cora SeQuence for SAML 2.0 SSO with OAuth 2.0 for Service-to-Service
When you configure Cora SeQuence Administration or Flowtime Portal using OAuth, all user authentication is executed using SSO
Force Cora SeQuence to Communicate Through TLS 1.2
You need to modify the web.config file for the Administration, Runtime, and ProcessTOGO sites in order for Cora SeQuence to work with TLS 1.2.
Configure OpenID Connect authentication
Overview OpenID Connect is an authentication layer on top of the OAuth 2.0 protocol. With OpenID Connect, clients verify the identity of end-users based on the authentication performed by an authorization server, and obtain basic profile informatio...
Cora SeQuence session configuration
Describes how to configure the Cora SeQuence session, which is used for user authentication purposes instead of the ASP.NET session state.
Configure OAuth 2.0 Credentials
Overview Starting with V8.7, Cora SeQuence supports OAuth 2.0 Client Credentials Grant flow to consume external services. In the Client Credentials Grant flow there is no user interaction. The application executes the authentication request directl...