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Admin: Added Multiple Domain Support to Procore-Initiated SSO Integrations

This announcement represents a single point in time. Future releases may impact the information below.
Published: May 2, 2018


 

New! Added Multiple Domain Support to Procore-Initiated SSO Integrations

Procore supports SP-initiated SSO integrations for both single and multiple domains. If your company has implemented (or is planning to implement) and SP-initiated integration (e.g., Okta, OneLogin, or Microsoft Azure AD), the SSO settings in Procore's Company level Admin tool can be configured to support environments where user email addresses reside on multiple domains. To learn more about configuring SP-initated SSO for use with Procore, see Procore SP-Initiated SSO.

Example: Single Domain
All of your Procore end users logging in via SSO will have a login email address from a single domain (e.g., @example.com).

 

Example: Multiple Domains
You are a general contractor who will have end users on the East Cost who will log in to Procore via SSO with @example-east.com email addresses. Your end users on the West Coast will log in with @example-west.com email addresses. Your end users at your Home Office will log in with @example-hq.com.

After you set up and configure your SSO solution, there is a simple configuration step that MUST be performed by your company's Procore point of contact. To submit a request for multiple domain support in Procore, you must be your company's Procore Administrator

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