The procedure described on this page applies only to organizations that are not yet onboarded to the Adobe Admin Console.
If your organization has been onboarded to the Adobe Admin Console, see Platform-based administration differences (Adobe Workfront/Adobe Business Platform).
Workfront provides a centrally managed single sign-on (SSO) configuration that easily integrates Workfront with your existing corporate SSO solution. This configuration is easy to set up and manage, and is available for both OnDemand and OnPremise Enterprise customers.
In order to use the SSO functionality in Workfront, your organization needs to setup an SSO application. You can then configure Workfront so that it can communicate with your SSO solution.
Federated solutions allow users to log in to all their applications by entering their username and password in a centralized login portal.
When using an SSO solution, Workfront initiates a connection to your server on the specified port.
If you subscribe to Workfront on-demand, and if you have configured your firewall or mail server to allow access only to specific vendors, you need to add certain Workfront IP addresses to your firewall allowlist. For more information, see Configure your firewall’s allowlist.
Workfront integrates with the following SSO solutions:
Federated solutions that support SAML 2.0
For information about integrating Workfront with SAML 2.0, see Configure Adobe Workfront with SAML 2.0.
Federated solutions that support SAML 2.0 using ADFS
For information about integrating Workfront with SAML 2.0 using ADFS, see Configure Adobe Workfront with SAML 2.0 using ADFS.