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Using SAML to authenticate user for a force.com site

If I understand your question correctly, this should be the approach you should be following. Force.com sites do support SSO using SAML. You need to provide the following info for your identity ...
Gaurav Kheterpal's user avatar
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How to exclude API users from Federated SSO

1.Make sure your API users does not have Federated Id populated .In other terms leave that as blank . 2.In My domain make sure , Prevent login from https://login.salesforce.com option is unchecked so ...
Mohith Shrivastava's user avatar
2 votes

SSO - delegated/federated limitations with community

According to your UseCase (external service first authenticates users and those users will automatically logged in to Salesforce Community). You need to use Authentication Providers. An ...
Santanu Boral's user avatar
2 votes

SSO using multiple FederationID values

You can only use one value for the Federated ID. The login ID that was provided to the authentication server does not need to be the ID that is presented to Salesforce. Most systems have a concept of ...
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Can SalesForce federated search be used in conjunction with content indexed in Elasticsearch?

Disclaimer: i work for a company that does that exactly (Coveo) . And yes, you are able to do so with elastic search as well, however, if you are going to integrate such functionality within a ...
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How to exclude API users from Federated SSO

Thanks for comments and inputs, figured out finally! Below setting in SSO only prevents user logins through UI and our API logins remains unaffected, i.e even after enforcing 'Prevent login from test....
Anil Shivaraj's user avatar

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