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Configure inSync for Single Sign-On (SSO)

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Single Sign-On (SSO) is a mechanism that allows users to access multiple resources using a single action of authentication and authorization. Druva supports SSO for administrators. By enabling SSO, administrators can access all Druva services without the need for a separate login. An SSO login validates usernames and passwords against your corporate user database, typically managed by your Identity Provider (IdP). A successful validation ensures that users and administrators can log on to Druva Cloud Platform Console, without the need for a Druva generated password. 

This section contains information about how you can configure and manage Single Sign-On for administrators and users.

Only a Druva Cloud Administrator can set up Single Sign-On. 


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