Set up multi-provider SSO You must perform several steps to set up Multi-SSO, including configuring properties, creating identity providers (IdPs), and configuring users to use Multi-SSO. Configure multi-provider SSO propertiesSeveral multiple-SSO properties are available. To configure an IdP whitelist, you must add a property to the System Properties table.Create a SAML 2.0 update 1 SSO configuration for Multi-SSOYou can create and update SAML 2.0 Update 1 SSO configurations from the multiple provider single sign-on feature.Create and update identity providersAfter you have configured the multi-provider SSO properties, you can update or create new SAML 2.0 Update 1 or digest token identity providers.Configure users for multi-provider SSOAdministrators can configure Multi-Provider SSO for individual users or for all users who belong to a company. You cannot configure Multi-Provider SSO for groups.Test IdP connectionsAdministrators can test the connection to an identity provider to validate settings before enabling external authentication. Log in using Multi-SSOThe recommended and most efficient method for users to log in using multi-provider SSO is to use a specifically configured URL.Allow users to choose the identity provider for loginSSO federation support allows users to choose which IdP to log into.Use ESS pages with multi-provider SSOYou can redirect ESS users to an employee self-service page by adding a system property.