Signing in to Enterprise plans

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Signing in to Enterprise plans


Signing in to Bizagi Modeler

It is possible to sign in to Bizagi Modeler from the desktop application or from the company Process Library. Follow these steps to do so:


1.A To sign in from the desktop application open Bizagi Modeler. A pop up window will appear to check your credentials.





After signing in from your desktop application, if you go through a link to the Modeler web application, you will be asked to sign in again in your browser. To do so, follow the step 1.B


1.B To sign in to your company Process Library go to https://model-[CompanyName]




2. You will be automatically redirected to the page where you can authenticate using your corporation's identity service provider.


Available options are:

Bizagi Accounts (default authentication module).

An Azure AD/Asure AD B2C service.

An ADFS service.

An Okta service



To use an authentication with an Azure AD, ADFS o Okta, make sure that your Enterprise plan is configured to support integrated authentication by an administrator of your plan.


For more information about the required configuration, refer to How to Manage Identity Providers.


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



If you have multiple authenticators, first, users must type the email, and depending on the email's domain, Bizagi redirects to the authenticator. Refer to Users' log in with multiple authenticators.




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



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). For Okta, Bizagi uses the Open ID protocol.

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

4. Single log-out capabilities are not supported.


At the Desktop application once you have signed in, your name appears on the upper right corner.




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:




At the company Process Library once you are signed in, your name appears in the upper right corner.




At this point you are connected to Bizagi Modeler.


Forgot your password?

When a user forgets their password, Bizagi offers an option to recover it. To recover your password, follow these steps:


1.Click Forgot your password?




2.Enter your account email and click Reset password.




Bizagi sends an email to verify your account.





If you do not receive your email, check your spam folder.


3.Go to the email received and click the reset password button. This is how Bizagi verifies your account.




4.Once your email is verified, set your new password.





If you did not receive the verification email, contact support at Support will send you an email with a provisional password. Once you enter your email and the provisional password, you will be immediately redirected to set a new password.