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As an administrator you can integrate these two systems so that your JumpCloud users can access their FileCloud account without having to enter their credentials a second time.

JumpCloud’s is a cloud-based platform

  • It enables IT teams to securely manage user identities
  • It connects teams them to resources they need regardless of provider, protocol, vendor, or location

In this integration scenario:

  • JumpCloud must be configured as an Identity Provider (IdP)
  • FileCloud will act as the Service Provider (SP)

Configure FileCloud with JumpCloud


 1. In JumpCloud, create a new Application.

1a.  Open a browser and log in to your JumpCloud admin URL by typing it in or clicking on this URL https://console.jumpcloud.com/login

1b.  From the left navigation pane, click APPLICATIONS.

1c.  On the Applications screen, to add a new application, click the plus sign.

1d.  On the Configure New Application enter 'FileCloud' in the search field and press configure.

 2. In JumpCloud, configure FileCloud Application


2a. In Display Label, enter a meaningful name.

2b. In IdP Entity ID, enter an unique, case-sensitive identifier used by JumpCloud for this FileCloud service provider.

2c. Replace YOUR_DOMAI with your domain name in all fields.

2d. Enter a unique value for IdP URL.
Note that the IdP URL cannot be shared across applications and this URL is not editable after creation.

 3. In JumpCloud, activate the new application and export Metadata and certificate


3a. In JumpCloud, on the configuration screen, save and activate the new application

 3b. Download the generated certificate and copy it into your Filecloud server in the following location:
Linux
/var/www/html/thirdparty/simplesaml/cert/saml.crt


Windows
C:\xampp\htdocs\thirdparty\simplesaml\cert\saml.crt
 4. In JumpCloud, create a group and add users

 

 4a.  In JumpCloud, on the Groups screen, click the green button with the white plus sign to add a new group.

 

 4b. In JumpCloud, enter the group name.

 

 4c. In JumpCloud, enable the group to access your FileCloud server.

4d. In JumpCloud, on the Users screen, click the green button with the white plus sign to add a new user.

4e. In JumpCloud, on the New User screen, select the Details tab and type in the user's information.

 

 

4f. In JumpCloud, on the New User screen, select the User Groups tab and add the user to your FileCloud Group.

4g. In JumpCloud, on the New User screen, click the Save User button.

 5. In FileCloud, configure the SSO settings.

To configure the FileCloud SSO settings:

  1. Open a browser and log in to the Admin Portal.
  2. From the left navigation pane, under SETTINGS, select Settings.
  3. Select the SSO sub-tab.
  4. In Idp End Point URL, type or paste in the SAME value as the IdP Entity ID entered in step 2b.
    The correct string can also be seen in the metadata xml file:
  5. Click Save and minimize the browser.


 6. Copy JumpCloud metadata to FileCloud SSO Settings.

Use the metadata exported in Step 5 to configure the FileCloud Server SSO Idp Meta Data parameter.

To configure the FileCloud Idp Meta Data parameter:

  1. Open a browser and log in to the Admin Portal.
  2. From the left navigation pane, under SETTINGS, select Settings.
  3. Select the SSO sub-tab.
  4. Scroll down to the Idp Meta Data field.
  5. On the server, open the XML file that contains the metadata you exported from JumpCloud in step 3c.
  6. Copy the metadata in the file and paste it into FileCloud on the SSO tab in the IdP Meta Data field.
  7. Click Save.


Now you can start using the Single Sign-On with JumpCloud from FileCloud!

 

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