Auth0

Resourcely uses Auth0 internally for our Single Sign-On (SSO) system. In order to onboard you to our platform, we need to know which SSO system you use. This will help us understand how to establish a connection with Auth0.

Depending on which SSO Identity Providers you use, typically we require the following to complete the Enterprise connection with Auth0:

  • Domain: The domain refers to the URL or domain name associated with your SSO Provider organization's account.

  • Client ID: a public identifier that uniquely identifies a client application registered with an authorization server.

  • Client Secret: a confidential secret that is known only to the client application and the authorization server. It should be kept secret and never exposed in client-side code or public configurations.

For more information please check out Auth0 docs.

If you have need help, please email us at support@resourcely.io or contact us.

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