SSO stands for Single Sign-On and is a time-saving log-in method that makes it possible for users to log in to multiple services using one single ID and password.
Scrive currently supports SSO through the means of SAML 2.0. SSO with, for example, OIDC or Oauth is not supported in the platform today. With the help of SAML 2.0, users can utilise SSO through a global schema. We offer both IdP and SP-initiated SSO.
SSO login is available for the following Scrive products:
Browser extensions for eSign GO
Virtual printer for eSign GO
User-based standard integrations and plugins
The SSO setup will work for all systems supporting SAML 2.0.
To get started with SSO for your organisation, reach out to email@example.com.
Your pre-existing users have to be converted to SSO users. This action can currently only be done by Scrive staff. Please reach out to our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org to get help with converting users to SSO once you've configured SSO for your organisation.
Scrive supports JIT provisioning (Just In Time). JIT provisioning creates a user at the time of log-in, in case a user with the email sent in the assertion does not already exist within the Scrive system. User emails are unique.
Choose a directory system below for further SSO setup instructions. Note that this information is rather tech-heavy, do not hesitate to ask for further help with this.