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Authorizing with SSO
Authorizing with SSO

Find out how autorize with SSO and MFA

Updated over a week ago

The Profisea Labs platform offers a convenient Single Sign-On (SSO) feature that saves you time and helps you stay safe by reducing the risk of password loss.

Our team is dedicated to providing you with the best possible user experience, and activating SSO authentication is just one way we can achieve that. If you're interested in using this feature, please do not hesitate to contact our support team.

How does it work in practice?

To connect SSO for your organization, please "Book a demo".

Or contact support by clicking on the button in the right bottom corner.

If your first time on site, but your domain is connected to SSO, you need to enter your business email and click the "Continue" button.

The user receives mail.

Click on Set password and enter two of the same passwords that correspond to the instructions.

Enter the new password proper to the instructions and click on Reset password.

The "Password changes" pop-up appears.

Click Back to Uniskai enter your mail and will be redirected to the "Welcome Uniskai" pop-up.

You will be logged in.

Next time, all you need to do is enter your email and click the "Continue" button, and you'll be logged in.

What does Acces Rule?

On the Teams page, you might see a green Access Rule icon. This icon means that an owner or administrator in your organisation has granted you access to some accounts that belong to a group.

Access rules can be created and assigned only to the Owner or admin of the organization. To do this, open Organization settings and select the "Access rule" page.

To create a new rule:

​​Go to the Access rule page and click the "New rule " button.

The owner or admin of the organization can select only one group and several accounts. But he can not leave the name, Group and Accounts fields empty. Groups display properly to the Azure console. Select all needed data and click the "Add new access rule" button:


A green pop-up appears and all data is saved properly:

The owner or Admin of the organization can also Delete or Edit the Access rule.

If the group is deleted, the user who belongs to it will lose their rights. Also if the user was removed from the group in the cloud console, he can not Log in on the site.

Changes will apply only after Log out and then Login

After logging in, a user belonging to the Group has all the accounts from the access rule and has read/write mode.

If you were registered earlier, and only now SSO is enabled, you must add some information in the linked accounts window after logging in to the site.

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