Step 1: Set up an Identity Provider (IdP)
To use HelloID we advise to setup an identity provider. HelloID can act as an identity provider if none is available. You can use (AD) Active Directory or (AAD) Azure Active Directory as the IdP. This is the used the most, as this is this is commonly available.
Other SAML IdPs are available but may not work out of the box.
To set up Active Directory as your IdP, continue to Step 1a.
To set up Azure Active Directory as your IdP, continue to Step 1b.
1a: Set up Active Directory as your IdP
Your first step is to install the HelloID Agent as described in this article. Next, configure the AD import for the agent as described in this article. Once finished, move on to Step 2 of this article.
1b: Set up Azure Active Directory as your IdP
Follow the instructions in this article to set up and configure Azure AD as your SAML IdP.
Step 2: Set up HelloID Access Policies
Follow the instructions in this article to configure a portal access rule and make sure that multifactor authentication (MFA) is enforced for every login.
Step 3: Set up Nedap ONS
Walk through the steps described here to set up the OpenID connection with Nedap.