ADFS federated authentication service allows the integration to idQ Enterprise through the method of adding a claims provider trust using WS-Fed (Web Services Federation).
idQ Enterprise provides a passwordless authentication for logging in to applications using ADFS via the use of WS-Fed protocol. To be protected by the idQ Enterprise platform, ADFS needs to be integrated with idQ Enterprise. idQ Enterprise enables users to securely log in to an application with ADFS being the Identify Provider by scanning idQ QR codes using an idQ Trusted Device. Authentication is performed by inBay’s idQ Enterprise platform located in the cloud.
This guide describes how to setup idQ Enterprise as a Claims Provider Trust within ADFS so that users can log in to an application using the WS-Fed protocol between ADFS and idQ Enterprise.
Replying Party Configuration
Please note; After idQ Enterprise has been set up as a Claims Provider Trust, one must set up the Replying Party Trust for each application. Instructions are contained within separate documents for the following applications:
Relying Party Trusts Integration Instructions
Office 365 to ADFS using WS-Federation - Configuration Instructions (idQ Enterprise - Application Integration)
SharePoint to ADFS using WS-Federation - Configuration Instructions (idQ Enterprise - Application Integration)
- ADFS account with administrative privileges.
- idQ Enterprise administrative privileges for your organization.