Enterprise Logins - Risky?

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03-02-2016 02:16 PM
Mary_EllenPerko__not_ncid_
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Hi.  We're want to configure AGOL to use enterprise logins and am wondering how risky it is to just give it a try (since development environments don't exist).  We have about 200 user accounts and lots of deployed content and we want to make sure that giving it a try won't make existing accounts and content unusable.  I'm not that familiar with the technology involved so it is hard for me to gauge the riskiness from reading documentation.  Thanks.

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We recently enabled enterprise logins using our corporate identity provider (SAML).  It was pretty straight forward.  We choose the value Either their <enterprise login label> or ArcGIS Online Account Under the Sign In Options in the Security tab of the organization settings.  This presents 2 login buttons on the login page... the first button is the SAML provider, the second is the built-in arcgis.com account.  Our users can login with the SAML provider... but it creates them a new account and their existing content is under their old account.  Most our users are still using the arcgis.com accounts, but we are putting plans in place to transition them to SAML (which is an endeavor in and of itself). 

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SebastienPetit
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Our ArcGIS online is unsing our ldap to create new accounts on invitations.

We have a mix of "classic" esri users and users created via ldap.

Never had problems

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We recently enabled enterprise logins using our corporate identity provider (SAML).  It was pretty straight forward.  We choose the value Either their <enterprise login label> or ArcGIS Online Account Under the Sign In Options in the Security tab of the organization settings.  This presents 2 login buttons on the login page... the first button is the SAML provider, the second is the built-in arcgis.com account.  Our users can login with the SAML provider... but it creates them a new account and their existing content is under their old account.  Most our users are still using the arcgis.com accounts, but we are putting plans in place to transition them to SAML (which is an endeavor in and of itself). 

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