Setting up OneLogin SSO (Single Sign On) with Hub Planner

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In this article we will take you through step by step instructions of setting up OneLogin SSO with Hub Planner.

Add Hub Planner to OneLogin SSO

  1. Log into OneLogin
  2. Applications
  3. Applications
  4. Add App
  5. Search for Hub Planner
  6. Connectors: Make sure SAML2.0 is ticked

Hub Planner will be automatically added to the default role. All resources with the default role will have access to the apps in the Company section of OneLogin.

Configure Hub Planner in OneLogin to activate SAML SSO

  1. Login to OneLogin
  2. Apps
  3. Company Apps
  4. Click Hub Planner
  5. Select ‘Configuration’
  6. Click SAML2.0
  7. Click ‘Save’

Next, navigate to the SSO tab.

You will need to copy the below and paste into Hub Planner SSO (instructions below).

  • X.509 Certificate -> To copy the X.509 certificate, click View Details. Then, click the Copy to Clipboard icon for the X.509 Certificate.
  • Issuer URL
  • SAML 2.0 Endpoint (HTTP)

OneLogin SSO

Configure Hub Planner

Pasting details from OneLogin SSO tab (instructions above).

  1. Settings
  2. System Settings
  3. Authentication
  4. SSO
  5. Paste SAML 2.0  Endpoint URL
  6. Paste the Identity Provider Issuer
  7. Upload or paste X.509 certificate
  8. Click ‘Save’ within Hub Planner – now it is possible to log in only with SSO (Account Owner will be able to log in with SSO,
    password & Google)

SSO Hub Planner Sign Sign On Authentication

What happens now that I’ve activated SSO?

Once activated. To test. You can logout and log back in again to see the difference.

Login to Hub Planner whilst logged into OneLogin

As you are logged in, all you need to do is enter your email address. Save the domain as a bookmark for faster access the next time.

Hub Planner Login SSO

Hub Planner Login SSO

Login without OneLogin

  1. Enter email address
  2. A pop up will appear for you to choose your OneLogin account

Save domain for faster access

Save your Hub Planner URL as a bookmark. Once you do, this will then take you directly through to your homepage. Meaning you don’t have to enter in your email address.
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