Setting up a SAML integration for Auth0 involves several steps:
First, you need to have an Auth0 account. If you don't have one, you can sign up for a free trial at https://auth0.com/signup.
Next, you need to set up your SAML identity provider (IdP) in Auth0. To do this, log in to your Auth0 account and go to the Dashboard.
In the Dashboard, click on "Applications" in the left-hand navigation menu, and then click on "Create Application". Select "SAML" as the application type, and enter a name for your application.
In the SAML settings for your application, you'll need to enter the SAML metadata provided by Halo Security. You can find this information on your Halo Security SAML Authentication overview page.
Once you have entered the SAML metadata, you can configure the mapping of Auth0 user attributes to the attributes provided by your IdP. To do this, click on "Attributes" in the left-hand navigation menu, and then click on "Add Attribute Mapping". You can map attributes such as email, first name, and last name.
Finally, you need to configure the connection settings for your Auth0 application. Click on "Settings" in the left-hand navigation menu, and then click on the "Connections" tab. You can select which connection(s) you want to use for your application, and also set up rules for user authentication and authorization.
That's it! Your SAML integration with Auth0 should now be set up and ready to use. Your users will be able to log in to our application using their SAML credentials, and you'll be able to manage their access to our application through Auth0.