Signing in with a corporate email

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Signing in with a corporate email

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Overview

To get started using Modeler Services, either while using the website or the Bizagi Modeler (desktop application), to sign in as described at Signing in to Modeler Services.

The following section describes how to sign in when using a corporate email such as one involved in an Enterprise plan, or directly integrated to an ADFS or a third-party cloud service such as Azure AD.

 

Signing in from Bizagi Modeler on your desktop

To sign in from to Bizagi Modeler desktop application, follow these steps:

 

1.Open Bizagi Modeler.

2.Enter your credentials in the pop up window.

 

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The pop up window automatically displays the page where you can authenticate using your corporation's identity service provider.

Available options are:

The default subscription Accounts identity and access manager.

An Azure AD service.

An ADFS service.

 

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To use an authentication with an Azure AD or ADFS, make sure that your Enterprise plan is configured to support integrated authentication by an admin user of your plan.

For more information about the required configuration, refer to:

Azure AD configuration and technical details.

ADFS configuration and technical details.

 

If you change the authentication for the Modeler service, all cloud services portals are authenticated with the same Identity Provider. For example, if you change the authentication to Azure Ad to Modeler Services, the Customer Portal and Studio Collaboration services will have the same login page.

 

The Work Portal of Studio Collaboration and Automation services is not affected.

 

For instance, for an Azure AD or ADFS, you will see Microsoft's login screen:

 

AzureAD

 

Input your credentials and authenticate as you normally do within your corporate authentication system.

 

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Notice that:

1. Bizagi establishes a secure connection with your corporate authentication system by relying on the WS-Federation protocol which in turn relies on SAML-compliant assertions and Secure Token Service (STS).

2. You authenticate directly through your corporate authentication system, which means that your password is not transferred, handled, or stored by Bizagi at any moment.

3. Once signed in and when further using the Bizagi Modeler, you will be able to rely on Single Sign-On capabilities.

4. Single log-out capabilities are not supported.

 

3. When you sign in for the very first time, you see your account's profile.

Make sure your account details are accurate and click Save.

 

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Once you have signed in, your name appears where the Sign in link was located.

 

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If you sign out, or close the pop up without signing in, you can select the Sign in link in the upper right corner of the screen:

 

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Once you are signed in, you are connected to Modeler Services.

 

Signing In from the Web Application

To sign in to the Modeler Services from the Web Application directly (using a browser), follow these steps:

 

1.Go to https://model-companyname.bizagi.com/.

2.Enter your credentials.

You will be automatically redirected to that page allowing you to authenticate against your corporation's identity service provider.

Available options are:

The default subscription Accounts identity and access manager.

An Azure AD service.

An ADFS service.

 

AccountsDotCom

 

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To authenticate using Azure AD or ADFS make sure your Enterprise plan is configured to support integrated authentication by an admin user of your plan.

For more information about the required configuration, refer to:

Azure AD configuration and technical details.

ADFS configuration and technical details.

 

For instance, for an Azure AD or ADFS, you will see Microsoft's login screen:

 

AzureAD

 

Provide your credentials and authenticate as you normally do within your corporate authentication system.

 

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Note:

1. Bizagi establishes a secure connection with your corporate authentication system by relying on the WS-Federation protocol which in turn relies on SAML-compliant assertions and Secure Token Service (STS).

2. You authenticate directly through your corporate authentication system, so your password is not transferred, handled, or stored by Bizagi.

3. Once you have signed in and using Bizagi Modeler, you can rely on Single Sign-On capabilities.

4. Single log-out capabilities are not supported.

 

3. When signing in for the first time, you see with your account's profile.

Confirm your account details are accurate and click Save.

 

Profile_firsttime

 

Once signed in, your name appears in the upper right corner.

 

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At this point you are connected to  Modeler Services.