Thank you for your response Vijay,Do you know if this is something being working on. Saml 2.0 is a 15 year old standard and it is very surprising an enterprise saas like email security.Cloud does not support it or any other means for sso.Thank you again for your time.
Is this true? Created a case and supplied the info per the documentation linked. Really, I am not surprised any more. I still can not make cases directly with email security.Cloud team which is extremely frustrating in itself.
"Thank you for contacting Broadcom Support.I have taken ownership of this issue and will be working with you to resolve this issue as soon as possible.Please be advised that deploying SSO in Email Security.Cloud has been rolled back. Currently, we don't have the date when this new feature will be deployed."
It is true that the ClientNet elements of SSO have been rolled back but Quarantine is now live. We experienced a number of issues with the new infrastructure that required a roll back and we are still troubleshooting those. Once we get a new release date I will update you here.
Thank you for the update.
Is their any info on how I enable sso for quarantine. I hate asking but I can not find any documentation on it. And the link above is only for clientnet.
I see no reference to it in the below, I looked in the email services/email quarantine tab and also in the quarantine settings. Is this only enabled via a ticket like clientnet? I do see the sign in with company account now but can not find any settings for it.
Yes, the first step is to federate your IDP with Okta (which is covered in "Configuring federation with a partner IdP" in https://techdocs.broadcom.com/us/en/symantec-security-software/email-security/email-and-web-security-cloud/1-0/about-the-portal-v118764339-d2877e3885/Federation-and-Single-Sign-on.html). Once that is enabled, you can use the "sign in with company account" option in Quarantine