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Implementing SSO and User Provisioning
Implementing SSO and User Provisioning

Using an Identity Provider such as Azure AD or OKTA to provide Single Sign On (SSO) or User Provisioning using SCIM

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Written by Ksawery Lisinski
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This guide describes how to setup and configure Single Sign On (SSO) and User Provisioning from a variety of Identity Providers.


  • an Identity provider that supports SAML for SSO and SCIM for User Provisioning

  • an Elements Corporate Management with at least one connected domain

  • an Elements account which has the right to administer the Corporate Management environment (a.k.a. user with corporate admin permission)

Identity Providers supported

The following Identity Providers have been tested against:


SCIM (User Provisioning)

Overriding SAML (SSO) as Corporate admin

As a corporate admin, you can access Elements without using the SAML provider if required. To do that, follow this link:

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