Sitefinity CMS authentication supports Single-Sign-On (SSO), based on OAuth 2.0 and OpenID Connect protocols. You can configure Sitefinity to act as Security Token Service (STS) or to consume third party applications or identity providers.
Using Sitefinity CMS as an STS, you can configure many Sitefinity CMS instances to authenticate with SSO provided by a single instance.
You configure the Sitefinity CMS instance, which will act as a relying party by registering a custom authentication provider in its local STS (Identity server). The custom authentication provider authenticates to the STS Sitefinity CMS instance.
You first register the provider in Sitefinity CMS backend and, then, implement the provider. To do so, follow the instruction in the following article: For developers: Configure custom external OpenID Connect provider.
When registering the provider, you need to make sure you provide the accurate values for the following parameters:
Use the following procedure to configure the Sitefinity CMS instance that you want to use as Security Token Service.
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