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Adding SaaS Management to your Google SSO

You can easily access SaaS Management by adding the application to your Google SSO. To add SaaS Management to your Google SSO, you must create a new SAML application, set up your app, and configure your SSO. You must have Super Admin permissions in Google to perform these actions.

Creating a new SAML application

  1. Go to the Google Admin Console.
  2. On the Admin Console, select Apps.
  3. On the Apps page, select SAML apps.
  4. At the bottom of the page, select Add icon to add a new SAML application.

Setting up a custom app

  1. In the Enable for SAML Application window, select Setup My Own Custom App.
  2. Copy the SSO URL and download the Certificate. Select Next.
  3. In the Application Name field, enter "SaaS Management". You may also include SailPoint's logo for the new SAML application. Select Next.
  4. Go to SaaS Management. In the bottom left-hand corner of the page, select Settings.
  5. Under Configuration, select SAML Settings. Copy the Audience and Recipient URL.
  6. Return to the Admin Console. In the Service Provider Details window, enter the following information:
    • In the ACS URL field, enter the Recipient URL.
    • In the Entity ID field, enter the Audience.
    • For Name ID, select Primary Email.
    • For Name ID Format, select Email and then select Next.
  7. Select Add New Mapping.
  8. In the Attribute Mapping window, complete the following:
    • For the Attribute name, enter "email".
    • From the second drop-down menu, select Basic Information.
    • From the third drop-down menu, select Primary Email.
  9. Select Finish.
  10. In the confirmation window, select OK.

Configuring your SSO

  1. Go to the Google Admin Console.
  2. From the Admin Console, select Security.
  3. On the Security page, select Set up single sign-on (SSO) for SAML applications.
  4. Copy the SSO URL and the certificate.
  5. Return to SaaS Management. On the SAML Settings page, enter the SSO URL and the certificate.
  6. Select + Add SSO Connection.

Your organization now has SAML SSO enabled, and every user can sign in to SaaS Management using SSO. You can also select SSO Required on the SAML Settings page to require all users within your organization to sign in with the SSO.