Single Sign-on is available with the Enterprise plan, via our Single Sign-on parter OneLogin. Single Sign-on gives you unified access across all your apps letting you login from a single portal.

You can also use OneLogin to set up Multi-Factor Authentication for your users, increasing your security with policy-based access control that recognises individuals and not just a password.

OneLogin Integration with Really Simple Systems

The OneLogin integration with Really Simple Systems replaces the standard login process with a login from the OneLogin portal.

The OneLogin integration is available in the Enterprise Plan only.

1. Enabling OneLogin for Really Simple Systems

To set-up OneLogin on your CRM, first check that it has been enabled. In Really Simple Systems, go to Settings, then Integrations and click Single Sign-on. If there is no Single Sign-on option on the Integration menu, please contact our Customer Support team to enable it.

OneLogin Integration: Enable Single Sign-on in your CRM

2. Create a OneLogin Account and Portal

Create an account at OneLogin.com and add your details. You’ll be sent a message to verify your email address. Simply follow the instructions on the email and set up your password and user information.

3. Configure the Really Simple Systems App

Log-in to OneLogin.com and open ‘Apps’ on the nav bar, then click the blue ‘Add App’ button. Type Really Simple Systems in the search bar, and click on the app name, then save. There is no need to import any icons.

OneLogin configuration: Add Really Simple Systems app

4. Configure One-Login in your CRM

In your Really Simple Systems CRM OneLogin integrations page, click the blue Setup button.

Set up OneLogin in your Really Simple Systems CRM

Enable SSO (Standard Strength Certificate)

Back in your OneLogin account, on the secondary nav bar, click SSO and you’ll see three URLs: Issuer URL, SAML 2.0 Endpoint and SLO Endpoint.

Configure OneLogin in your CRM

Copy the three URLs from OneLogin and paste into the three fields in the CRM integration page.

Configure OneLogin in your CRM

Download and Importing the Certificate

Back in OneLogin, click the ‘View Details’ link under the X.509 Certificate and then click the Download button next to X.509 PEM dropdown list. This will save the certificate on your computer as a .pem file.

Onelogin cerificte download

Back in your CRM, import the certificate into Really Simple Systems by clicking the ‘Choose File’ button and uploading that file.

Finally click the ‘Next’ button in Really Simple Systems and copy the displayed login URL, highlighted in blue.

Copy RSS URL to OneLogin for Single Sign-on

The paste the URL into the SAML Consumer URL field under the Configuration tab in OneLogin, and click the Save button.

OneLogin Single Sign-on configuration for your CRM

Finally, click the Done button in the CRM to complete the set up.

OneLogin Enabled on Really Simple Systems CRM

5. Your CRM Sign-in

From your OneLogin portal you can add the Really Simple Systems app to you and your users by selecting it from the Apps/Company Apps page. If you have other apps you are accessing through OneLogin these will also show on this page.

OneLogin Portal: Select the Really Simple Systems App

6. Add Users

You will need to add each of your CRM users to OneLogin. In OneLogin open the Administration page and click Users, then New User. Complete the user details form and click Save user. If you have numerous users you may want to import their records from a .csv file.

Add Users to OneLogin

 

N.B. Once you have enabled OneLogin none of your users will be able to log into the CRM except via OneLogin. Before logging out of Really Simple Systems, check the integration by logging into the CRM from OneLogin.

Disabling OneLogin

To disable OneLogin, in Really Simple Systems go to Settings, then Integrations and open Single Sign-On. Click the red Disable button. Logins for all users will revert to the standard logon page.

Notes

The email address that users use to log into OneLogin must be the same as the user’s email in the CRM, otherwise you’ll get a login error.

If a user tries to log into Really Simple Systems using the standard login page, they will be redirected back to OneLogin.