Single Sign-On in Workfront Proof

IMPORTANT

This article refers to functionality in the standalone product Workfront Proof. For information on proofing inside Adobe Workfront, see Proofing.

An Enterprise Workfront Plan is required to use this feature. For more information about the various plans available, see Workfront Plans.

Single Sign-On (SSO) allows your users to log into Workfront Proof using your organization’s existing username and password.

To provide this capability, we use Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) 2.0, an XML-based protocol that allows you to authorize data and exchange authentication between an identity provider and a web service.

This means that you will authenticate against your own log in system, not against Workfront Proof’s login page.

You must have a custom sub-domains or domains set up on your Workfront Proof account to enable SAML:

See Configure Single Sign-On for Workfront Proof users for information about setting up SSO on your account.

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