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CyberArk as IDP

Step 1: Setup CyberArk as Identity Provider

  • Login to CyberArk admin portal.
  • In the left sidebar, scroll down to the Apps & Widgets section and click Web Apps.
  • In the Web Apps window, click on the Add Web Apps button to open a new popup window.
  • CyberArk as Identity Provider Add Web Apps
  • Search for Jenkins in the Add Web Apps popup window. On the right hand side, a Jenkins app will appear. Click on Add and confirm that you want to add Jenkins app.
  • CyberArk as Identity Provider Add New Web App - Jenkins
  • After closing the Add app window, a new settings page will appear for the newly created Jenkins app. In the page you may change the name, description, category or logo of the app.
  • CyberArk as Identity Provider Default Settings Page
  • Now, click on Trust from the left sidebar. Here you will find the CyberArk metadata required for SAML configuration under Identity Provider Configuration.
  • CyberArk as Identity Provider Trust Window - IDP Configuration Metadata
  • Scroll down to the Service Provider Configuration section and enter the SP metadata from the miniOrange SSO plugin and click Save. You can enter the metadata manually or upload the metadata file.
  • CyberArk as Identity Provider Trust Window - SP Configuration
  • Now, click on Permissions from the left sidebar. Here you can manage permissions of users and groups for this app. Click on the Add button to search and add users, groups or roles to your application.
    You will need to add users to perform Single Sign-On (SSO)
  • CyberArk as Identity Provider Permissions - Add Users CyberArk as Identity Provider Assign Users, Roles, Groups