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As a PRTG User, I want to have a single SignOn method for all my applications, including PRTG.
Details of User Story
There is currently no way of SSO implementation in PRTG OnPremises Installation. Please either include basic Active Directory Logins, or (which i would prefer) add the possibility to perform the login with SAML, this would also solve other feature requests with 2FA as SAML could handle that as well. This request only relates to Active Directory based SSO. If you'd like to see ways of two-factor authentication (2FA) integrated, please place your upvote in this thread.
Support for trusted and sub domains
As of now, PRTG doesn't support AD forests and trusted sub domains. Only accounts within the same domain as the PRTG Server is a member of can log into PRTG.
Active Directory synchronization
A full-permanent sync between AD & PRTG is by far the most important feature for us: "Permanent sync between AD & PRTG to reflect group - membership changes of AD-Users in the AD" It may be automatic, or even by the push of a button, but not being able to administer AD group changes leads to either much work and a lot of uncertainty if you caught everything or to users being alerted that no longer wish to be and complaint about that. The first one, removing the users and then the group in PRTG whenever an AD change happens to the associated group will lead to gaps. Where else was the group used? It is hard to find out or report on that, so when you delete the group, every association becomes orphaned and people that were previously alerted and wanted to, may no longer be because the alert using the deleted group is missing.
- SSO in PRTG as login method available
- Include trusted/sub domains
- Permanent sync between AD & PRTG to reflect group - membership changes of AD-Users in the AD
|Important||This request only relates to Active Directory based SSO. If you'd like to see ways of two-factor authentication (2FA) integrated, please place your upvote in https://kb.paessler.com/en/topic/81138-open-two-factor-2fa-implementation.|
|Update 07.10.2020||This question has been split into milestones according to the acceptance criteria, as we cannot implement them all at once. In order to not lose the votes, we'll split them up here.|