Restrict Ability to Bypass Single Sign-On
People who work for an organization that has activated single-sign-on (SSO) in their 4me account have always been able to bypass SSO and use 4me’s standard login page instead. That can be useful, for example, when the organization’s identity provider is temporarily not available.
Now an extra SSO configuration option has become available. This new option makes it possible for an account owner to stop everyone else from bypassing the organization’s identity provider.
When everyone is required to sign in using organization’s identity provider (e.g. Azure AD, Okta or OneLogin), there is no need for the account owner to maintain the password policy in 4me.