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GoCanvas - SAML Relying Party Configuration - SecurID Access Implementation Guide

This section describes how to integrate SecurID Access with GoCanvas using Relying Party. Relying party uses SAML 2.0 to integrate SecurID Access as a SAML Identity Provider (IdP) to GoCanvas  SAML Service Provider (SP).

Architecture Diagram

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Configure SecurID Access Cloud Authentication Service

Perform these steps to configure SecurID Access Cloud Authentication Service(CAS) as a relying party SAML IdP to GoCanvas.

Procedure

  1. Sign into the Cloud Administration Console and browse to Authentication Clients > Relying Parties and click Add a Relying Party. Then select Add for a SAML service provider.

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  2. On Basic Information page enter a Name for the application, ie GoCanvas. Then click on Next Step.

  3. On Authentication page.

    1. select the RSA SecurID Access manages all authentication.

    2. Select the desired Primary Authentication Method from the dropdown list.

    3. Select the desired policy from the Access Policy for Additional Authentication.

    4. Click Next Step.

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  4. On Connection Profile page.

    1. Under the Service Provider Metadata section.

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    2. Enter the Assertion Consumer Service (ACS) . Enter the value for the Single Sign On URL copied from the GoCanvas configuration. For example, https://www.gocanvas.com/saml/acs.

    3. Enter the Service Provider Entity ID. Enter the value for the Audience URI (SP Entity ID) copied from the GoCanvas configuration. For example, https://www.gocanvas.com.

    4. Uncheck SP signs SAML Requests.

    5. Click on Download Certificate. This will be used below in the GoCanvas configuration.

    6. Open Advanced Configuration section

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    7. For Identifier Type Email Address choose mail for the Property.

    8. Note the Identity Provider Entity ID field . For Example, https://rsa-securidtest-pe.securid.com/saml-fe/sso.

  5. Click on Save and Finish.

  6. Browse to Authentication Clients > Relying Parties

  7. Scroll down to the your newly created Relying party and click down arrow to Edit and choose View or Download IdP MetatData and save off the metadata to be used in the GoCanvas configuration below.

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  8. Click on Publish Changes. Your application is now enabled for SSO. If you make any additional changes to the application configuration you will need to republish.

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Configure GoCanvas

Perform these steps to integrate GoCanvas with SecurID Access as a Relying Party SAML SP.

Procedure

  1. Sign into GoCanvas Dashboard.

  2. Expand on Accounts and click on Account Settings.

  3. Under Advanced Settings Click on the Settings for Single Sign On.

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  4. Check Enable SSO for this account?.

  5. Scroll down and note the Single Sign On URL and Audience URI (SP Entity ID) for the GoCanvas configuration. These values are used above in the SecurID Access Configuration.

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  6. For Issuer URI enter the Identity Provider Entity ID from the SecurID Access Configuration above. For example, https://rsa-securidtest-pe.securid.com/saml-fe/sso.

  7. For Sign In URL enter the Identity Provider Entity ID from the SecurID Access Configuration above. For example, https://rsa-securidtest-pe.securid.com/saml-fe/sso.

  8. For X509 Signing Certificate upload the certificate downloaded from the SecurID Access Configuration above.

  9. Uncheck Sign Request.

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  10. Save changes.

Configuration is complete.

Next Step: See main page for more certification information.

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