Nextcloud Single-Sign-On with Okta
This article describes how to use configure Okta to use it as a Single-Sign-On provider with Nextcloud.
The following guide will show you how to use Okta as a Single-Sing-On provider for Nextcloud. In case you have specific issues with configuring your Nextcloud system, please open a support ticket in our support portal.
Before you continue please make sure that:
- An account at Okta.com
- Nextcloud 14.x or later is used as Nextcloud instance and you have the required privileges to install the Nextcloud user_saml app from the appstore.
We will need a X509 certificate and the corresponding public certificate which will be used by Nextcloud to sign outgoing requests to Okta. If you don't have such a certificate you can generate it with following openssl command:
openssl req -newkey rsa:2048 -nodes -keyout key.pem -x509 -days 365 -out certificate.pem
The private key will be stored on key.pem and the X509 certificate in certificate.pem. We will need the certifica
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