Enabling to Use Only SAML Authentication When Logging In

If you have configured the SAML authentication, you can allow users to use only SAML authentication when they log in to Kintone.
If you enable this setting, users cannot log in using the standard authentication in Kintone.

This setting is disabled by default.
If this setting is disabled, the standard authentication in Kintone can be used concurrently even after you have configured the SAML authentication.

APIs Affected by This Restriction

If you enable "Require SAML authentication", running REST API with password authentication in the following APIs will be allowed to only Kintone Users & System Administrators.
If you don't want to restrict users to run API, leave "Require SAML authentication" disabled.

Features Only Kintone Users & System Administrators Can Use

Even if you enable the setting to use only SAML authentication when logging in, only Kintone Users & System administrators can log in to Kintone using the standard authentication in Kintone from the URL below.
When you log in from the URL below, enter the login name and password registered in Kintone Users & System Administration.

URL to disable the SAML authentication
https://(subdomain_name).kintone.com/login?saml=off

Requiring SAML Authentication When Logging In

  1. Configure SAML authentication.
    For details, refer to Configuring SAML authentication inKintone.
    You cannot go to Step 2 without completing the SAML authentication configuration.

  2. On the "Kintone Users & System Administration" page, under "Security", click "Login". Administration screen

  3. Confirm that "Enable SAML authentication" is enabled.

  4. Select "Require SAML authentication".
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  5. Notify users that they need to enter the login information of the SAML IdP when they log in to Kintone.