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Most Vivi installations use Active Directory. This creates efficiencies for both administrators and users. The User can log into Vivi using their existing credentials (username and password). Administrators do not need to maintain a separate user management system for Vivi.

When the user logs in they will inherit the appropriate roles depending upon the groups they are assigned to in your organisation’s AD.

Note: Enabling Active Directory features will prevent normal logins.


How to enable LDAP/LDAPS

When users log in to their Vivi client, Vivi authenticates against your organisation’s ADFS server - this can either be within your organisation’s network, or in the cloud.

  1. Set Authentication Type to LDAP
  2. Fill in require LDAP Connection fields
  3. See LDAP Configuration page

How to enable SAML 

When users log in to their Vivi client, Vivi authenticates against your organisation’s ADFS server - this can either be within your organisation’s network, or in the cloud.

  1. Set Authentication Type to SAML
  2. Fill in require SAML Connection fields
  3. Refer to the SAML Configuration page

How to enable Azure

When users log in to their Vivi client, Vivi authenticates against your organisation’s Azure instance - this can either be within your organisation’s network, or in the cloud.

  1. Set Authentication Type to SAML


How to enable Google (G Suite)

When users log in to their Vivi client, Vivi authenticates against your organisation’s Google instance - this can either be within your organisation’s network, or in the cloud.

  1. Set Authentication Type to Google
  2. Refer to the Google Configuration page