Access: IT Departments
Overview: Standard steps for setting up single sign-on access to SwiftComply Backflow via ADFS
What SwiftComply needs from the water organization
- The federation metadata URL
Steps the water organization needs to take
Part 1: ADFS - Relying Party Trusts
- On the ADFS Server, navigate to Relying Party Trusts.
- Click Add Relying Party Trust from the Actions sidebar. Ensure Claims Aware is selected.
- On the Select Data Source screen, select the first option and copy your organization's SwiftComply Backflow URL into the Federation metadata address field. This will follow the following format: https://HOST.c3swift.com/saml/auth. A member of the SwiftComply team will provide you with the hostname, but please note that it cannot be tested until your production environment is live.
- Select Next, Next, Next, and Close (if you need to set anything else here that's up to you).
- The Claims issuance policy should open next; if not, click Edit Claim Issuance Policy. (Instructions continued below)
Part 2: ADFS - Creating Claim Rules
- Select Add Rule.
- Select Send LDAP Attributes as Claims, then click Next.
- Create the Claim rule name (up to you).
- Select Active Directory as your attribute store, and:
- From the LDAP Attribute column, select E-Mail Addresses.
- From the Outgoing Claim Type, select E-Mail Address.
- Click OK to save the rule.
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