Use Media portal to enable or disable SSO clients set up for your organization to control whether your IDP or Media portal controls authentication for your users. You can also edit an SSO client (e.g., to add or remove role mappings) or delete it if you no longer need it.
From the main menu, select Portal Admin > SSO Management.
From the Client Name list, select the SSO client you want to work with.
Media portal displays details for the SSO client.
Do any of the following to manage the SSO client:
To enable the SSO client, click Enable (in the Client State field).
Media portal changes the status to Active.
To disable the SSO client, click Disable (in the Client State field).
Media portal changes the status to Inactive. Once disabled, all users who have Media portal accounts will be handled with native Media portal authentication. (Typically, users will have to reset their password due to password-expiration policies.)
To edit the SSO client, click Edit Client, make your changes, then click Save.
To delete the SSO client, click Delete Client, then click OK in the confirmation window that appears.
Media portal deletes the SSO client and begins authenticating users. Users with a Media portal account can sign in. If a user's password has expired, they may be prompted to reset it before signing in.