AGOL Open Data sign in options with Enterprise Logins

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08-17-2018 03:53 AM
RachelleDoucet
New Contributor III

I have enabled Enterprise Logins for my organization's AGOL site. I have also enabled a public facing Open Data site. Is there any way to set the Sign In options, so the user doesn't get the option to login using their enterprise credentials from the Open Data site?

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GrahamHudgins
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Unfortunately our login screen is powered by OAUTH and we only have one platform-wide OAUTH experience. We don't currently have a way of changing how sign in works for specific apps but we'll take it under consideration.

If your organization ever decides to purchase the full Hub license then your citizens will have access to Sign Up for a "community org" that's bundled with the Hub. In this case, we actually DO provide a different login UX on your sites because it's hooked to this community org (and there is still an "employees login in here" button for your current setup)

Sorry we don't have a better answer for you right now. Thanks for reaching out

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PatrickHammons1
Esri Contributor

Thanks for your question, Rachelle. We definitely understand the motivation behind removing the sign in link and are working on updated designs to minimize the impact of the sign in bar on the custom headers. That said, the sign in link won't be going away entirely, as having it opens up far more capabilities for the end user, most notably for organizations with non-public content.

By allowing users to sign in, you can grant access to private content presented alongside public content, letting you leverage all of the open data capabilities for any content registered in your ArcGIS Online organization. Additionally for external users, signing in allows them to favorite certain datasets and access their download history, which makes sure they can come back to their research at a later time. 

These features might seem wholly unnecessary for your use case, but opening up sites and pages to the ArcGIS named user community is a core requirement for a majority of our user base. We want to make sure things like sign in links aren't too intrusive, so please let us know what you think of our design updates when they roll out in a few months!

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RachelleDoucet
New Contributor III

looks like I may need to do disable Enterprise sign in for now. thank you for the quick response!

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GrahamHudgins
Esri Regular Contributor

Unfortunately our login screen is powered by OAUTH and we only have one platform-wide OAUTH experience. We don't currently have a way of changing how sign in works for specific apps but we'll take it under consideration.

If your organization ever decides to purchase the full Hub license then your citizens will have access to Sign Up for a "community org" that's bundled with the Hub. In this case, we actually DO provide a different login UX on your sites because it's hooked to this community org (and there is still an "employees login in here" button for your current setup)

Sorry we don't have a better answer for you right now. Thanks for reaching out

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