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Verse on premise to suppot SAML

Many customer are using Domino SAML in their on premise environments to eliminate the need to manage both Notes and HTTP passwords in Domino, however Verse on premise does not support this form of authentication.

This results in additional administrative overhead due to having to manage passwords for users outside of Active Directory.

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  • Guest commented
    23 Nov, 2020 05:32pm

    Verse on premise does support SAML authentication. I have it working with ADFS. There is still a limitation if you are clustered, and you have a failover situation, the ID vault won't be accessible from the server where the user failed over because we hold it in memory of the server where the authentication initiated from. The web failover works fine, the user won't experience a problem unless they try to open or send an encrypted email - they will be prompted for their password. Details on this issue are described here: https://support.hcltechsw.com/csm?id=kb_article&sysparm_article=KB0031185

    Please open a case with HCL support if you need any assistance in configuring Verse with SAML.

  • Guest commented
    22 Jan, 2020 11:31am

    Verse and SAML is definitely working.

  • Guest commented
    7 Oct, 2019 11:09am

    This is supported and working. We are using Verse On Premises with SAML authentication (using ADFS IdP). Make sure iNotes and VOP are running on the same server, using the same Service Name (e.g. "mail.acme.com"). Configure iNotes for SAML SSO, and VOP will be working with SAML correctly (even with Notes encrypted emails). Set the default URI to "/verse" in your Website document.

  • Guest commented
    12 Aug, 2019 08:50am

    Out of curiosity, are you able to find any official documents that stated SAML is not supported for Verse On Premise ?

    Tinus Riyanto - Prisma Global Solusi