Posted on 02-11-2020 11:50 PM
We configured Azure SSO for jamf and basically, it works totally fine but if we try to login again we got the following message. We have this issue on two different devices. I don't know if its helpful or not but before we using Google SSO.
"Single Sign-On Error"
An error occurred while processing your Single Sign-On request. Contact your administrator for assistance.
If I cleaning my chrome cache, it works or using the incognito mode but this can't be the solution for it. Anyone an idea?
Posted on 02-12-2020 04:49 AM
It has to do with the token expiration time. I ended up just switching SSO to our on prem AD lol
new version is supposed to have some kind of "new" azure sso functionality, not sure if this is what they fixed or if its a new feature. documentation makes it sound like they are introducing something i implemented over a year ago
Posted on 03-12-2020 08:42 AM
I am also having the same issue, we use Azure though. I can log in using an incognito tab or by logging out of all Microsoft services. Did you ever find a fix for the issue?
Posted on 04-08-2020 05:26 PM
I'm also have the same issue.
Posted on 04-08-2020 11:14 PM
Hey @adambeveridge1 & @mlandon just disable token expiration time. You'll find it in your Jamf Pro SSO configuration.
Posted on 09-02-2020 01:17 PM
I have the token expiration disabled and I still get that error.
It would also be ideal not to have to turn on that feature. I recently raised a ticket with Jamf and will see what becomes of it.
Posted on 09-07-2020 11:52 AM
@jlombardo did you ever get an update from jamf support on your issue?
UPDATE: Incase someone else stumbles into this thread. I simply had to restart tomcat on my web apps in my clustered environment for the new SSO settings to take effect. Apparently the child web apps were caching the old settings.
Posted on 03-12-2021 07:40 AM
Posted on 11-02-2021 07:13 PM
I am in the middle of my JumpStart, and the next time I tried to log into my Jamf Pro portal, I started getting Single Sign-On Errors. I can log in using the failover, but that can't be the solution. I tried signing in in a Chrome profile that is sined into the correct Microsoft account, but had never signed into Jamf before & that profile ALSO throws an error. I can log in (using SSO) using a profile that was never signed into either Microsoft OR Jamf, but that isn't a realistic option either.
Blowing out the Jamfcloud cookies didn't help; do I need to delete all the Microsoft cookies also? This isn't an auspicious start to our deployment.