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Successfactors SSO for Active Directory without ADFS

Dec 20, 2016 at 03:55 PM

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Hi.

I need to do a SSO Integration between Active Directory and SucccessFactors. The way I used to do this has been by ADFS but this time I can not use it due to client's requeriments (ADFS can not be installed on their side). Because of this, I have been searching for other options (middlewares) than ADFS.

Okta, SiteMinder (both options are non-free), WSO2 (free).

Which option is better to take to integrate Active Directory with SuccessFactors SSO ?

Have you worked with some of these middlewares ? If yes, do you have any documentation about it?

Thanks a lot.

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Christopher Solomon
Dec 20, 2016 at 04:39 PM
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Did you check the Partner Portal for info? SF Community portal?

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Hi Cristopher.

I already checked those sites but I couldn't find more details. I found something about Okta but it is just a performance issue

https://community.successfactors.com/t5/Platform-Discussions/Anyone-using-SAML-2-0-with-Okta-for-Single-Sign-On/m-p/134119/highlight/true#M693

Do you know a way to integrate AD with SF SSO using a free option? ADFS is a free software available from Microsoft.

Regards.

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