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How to Bypass SSO Authentication for Specific Users When OIG is Setup with SAML2 (Doc ID 2761878.1)

Last updated on MARCH 18, 2021

Applies to:

Identity Manager - Version 12.2.1.3.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

OIG has been integrated with Identity Providers (For example: Azure AD) for sso authentication using SAML2 Asserter by referring below document.

For OIG 12CPS3(12.2.1.3) Version:

"B.9 Integrating Oracle Identity Governance with Identity Providers using SAML2 Asserter"
https://docs.oracle.com/en/middleware/idm/identity-governance/12.2.1.3/omadm/configuring-sso-providers-oracle-identity-manager.html#GUID-A520E966-B3A3-49A1-BAAB-2095FDC56D1B

For OIG 12CPS4(12.2.1.4) version:

"B.9 Integrating Oracle Identity Governance with Identity Providers using SAML2 Asserter"
https://docs.oracle.com/en/middleware/idm/identity-governance/12.2.1.4/omadm/configuring-sso-providers-oracle-identity-manager.html#GUID-8DA7E834-B178-49AB-843E-358A751D7D4E

Some Users like System Administrator may not be authenticated against IDP and it should be authenticated against OIG only.

So one would like to know how to bypass the sso authentication against IDP for the specific users.

Solution

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