Before you start
Ensure you have administrative access to your AuthAnvil on Demand tenant.
Section 1: Add OpenDNS to SSO from catalog
Below are the steps outlined to add OpenDNS to your SSO instance of AuthAnvil on Demand.
- Log into your instance of AuthAnvil on Demand
- Browse to SSO Manager and select the Plus sign in the bottom right to add an application
- Choose OpenDNS from the list
- Browse to the Protocol Setup tab and select the View Federation MetaData button.
- Right click on the metadata screen and choose Save As.. and save the file as an XML.
Note: This file will be required when configuring OpenDNS.
- Browse to the Permissions tab and add the Groups that will have permissions to access this application.
- Save the application.
Section 2: Configure OpenDNS for SAML
Below are the steps outlined to configure your instance of OpenDNS for SAML sign on.
- Log into your account for OpenDNS
- Click on Configuration > System Settings > Login Security > SAML
- Select Other from the list of SAML providers and click Next at the bottom.
- You can skip through the next screen as we do not require a copy of their Metadata.
- Test your SAML configuration
- Once the screen comes up, choose test login when your username comes up. A successful log in with SAML will result in the screen showing the image below
- Close the pop up window, Accept the Terms.. and select the Save Configuration and Notify Users button. The final screen once everything is configured should look as follows:
- You should receive an email advising you that SAM integration has been enabled for your account.
Two Step Verification activation
Open DNS does not support SAML integration for multi-tenant operations (when used at an MSP level), therefore to ensure that security is still in place on the administrative level, enabling the Two Step Verification on a per user level could be the option you are looking for.
More information on this setup can be found here.