You can prevent your users from logging in with a username and password and only provide them with the option to log in via SSO (Single Sign-On).
Please make sure that the SSO configuration is working properly before enforcing SSO.
This option is available only if single sign-on has been enabled for your Employee Referrals company account and is currently in use.
To enable authentication via SSO only, follow these steps: click on your Name > Account Preferences > Authentication > Single Sign-On, and toggle the switch next to "Authentication via Single Sign-On only".
Please note that once authentication via SSO only has been activated, the following features will be deactivated:
- Inviting users via Employee Referrals
- Registration page
- Multi-Factor Authentication
- Password Policy
Recommended steps before enforcing Single Sign-On (SSO):
Prior to enforcing SSO only for your Employee Referrals company account, we highly recommend creating a backup administrator user with an email address that is not linked to SSO (e.g. email@example.com)
If SSO is not functioning correctly, please contact our support team and request to disable SSO-only authentication. You can then use your backup account to regain access to your company account.