Single sign-on for Confluence Data Center

We provide the functionality for Confluence Data Center to connect to your preferred identity provider (IdP) so that you can provide your users with a single sign-on (SSO) experience.

This only handles authentication. Application access and any required authorizations, such as ensuring that users belong to the appropriate groups/roles and have the necessary permissions, should be configured in the user directory and/or the application itself.

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The way you configure SSO depends on the protocol your IdP uses:


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Last modified on Feb 5, 2020

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