• Setting up SSO for your team

    Single Sign-On (SSO) allows your team to authenticate using a single identity provider (IDP) (e.g. Okta, Azure, OneLogin...) for your organization. It centralizes access to multiple accounts throug...

  • Logging in using SSO

    If you have access to Maze through your identity provider (e.g. Okta, Google, Azure...), you can use your SSO credentials to log in to your Maze organization, without having to be manually invited....

  • Which SSO identity providers (IDPs) does Maze support?

    Maze supports SSO authentication using the WorkOS SSO API. This allows us to support all major identity providers, including Okta, Google, Azure, AD FS, OneLogin, and more.You can find the complete...

  • Does Maze support SAML-based SSO?

    Maze SSO supports both the SAML and OpenID Connect protocols via the WorkOS SSO API. You can find a list of all supported identity providers in the WorkOS documentation. Learn more about setting up...

  • Does Maze support auto-provisioning?

    Maze supports auto-provisioning on SSO-enforced teams by default. Learn more about setting up SSO for your team

  • Where can I find the metadata for SSO setup?

    Setting up SSO in Maze is an entirely self-service process initiated through your Maze team settings. As you go along, you'll get automatic access to the metadata that is relevant to your specific ...

  • What attributes need to be included during SSO setup?

    The exact attribute mappings depend on the identity provider (IdP) your organization is using. For instance, the expected naming required for a generic Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) is ...

  • Does Maze support SCIM?

    At the moment, Maze doesn’t formally support SCIM. However, we do support auto-provisioning on SSO-enforced teams by default.This means that, once you set SSO authentication as an enforced requirem...