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Configuring SAML SSO for Organizations

XSplit's Team License Manager allows system administrators to set up Single sign-on (SAML SSO) integration through several Identity Providers (IdP's) using Security Assertion Mark-up Language (SAML 2.0). This simplifies the sign-in process into XSplit applications for their domain license users.


The Manager role for your company's XSplit Team License. If you are not the owner of the domain license, the owner can enable this for your account.
A verified domain in Team License Manager's domain settings.
Administrator access on your company's Identity Provider instance.

Configuration Guides

The following are guides to show you how to set up SSO integration with different Identity Providers:

Single sign-on (SSO) with Okta
Single sign-on (SSO) with GSuite
Single sign-on (SSO) with OneLogin
Single sign-on (SSO) with Azure
Single sign-on (SSO) with Auth0 (Coming Soon)

If your organization's IdP is SAML 2.0 compliant, but not included in the above guides, our technical team is happy to work with you to configure SSO for your organization

When SSO has been configured for a domain, it is possible (but not required) to customize the installation of the individual XSplit applications, so the Sign In button in the applications point directly to your domains SSO authentication page. This creates a seamless integration between your organization and the XSplit applications.
Read more about this option here: Optimizing Single Sign-On (SSO) for End-Users

Enterprise clients utilizing SSO or a machine license may request to have their data stored in EU region instead of US region (default).

Updated on: 12/08/2022

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