Configure SAML integration on identity provider

Identity providers require certain values to successfully integrate with MKE. As these values vary depending on the identity provider, consult your identity provider documentation for instructions on how to best provide the needed information.

Okta integration values

Okta integration requires the following values:



URL for single signon (SSO)

URL for MKE, qualified with /enzi/v0/saml/acs. For example,

Service provider audience URI

URL for MKE, qualified with /enzi/v0/saml/metadata. For example,

NameID format

Select Unspecified.

Application user name

Email. For example, a custom ${f:substringBefore(, "@")} specifies the user name portion of the email address.

Attribute Statements

  • Name: fullname
    Value: user.displayName

Group Attribute Statement

  • Name: member-of
    Filter: (user defined) for associate group membership.
    The group name is returned with the assertion.
  • Name: is-admin
    Filter: (user defined) for identifying whether the user is an admin.

Okta configuration

When two or more group names are expected to return with the assertion, use the regex filter. For example, use the value apple|orange to return groups apple and orange.

ADFS integration values

To enable ADFS integration:

  1. Add a relying party trust.

  2. Obtain the service provider metadata URI.

    The service provider metadata URI value is the URL for MKE, qualified with /enzi/v0/saml/metadata. For example,

  3. Add claim rules.

    1. Convert values from AD to SAML

      • Display-name : Common Name

      • E-Mail-Addresses : E-Mail Address

      • SAM-Account-Name : Name ID

    2. Create a full name for MKE (custom rule):

      c:[Type == ""]      => issue(Type = "fullname", Issuer = c.Issuer, OriginalIssuer = c.OriginalIssuer, Value = c.Value,       ValueType = c.ValueType);
    3. Transform account name to Name ID:

      • Incoming type: Name ID

      • Incoming format: Unspecified

      • Outgoing claim type: Name ID

      • Outgoing format: Transient ID

    4. Pass admin value to allow admin access based on AD group. Send group membership as claim:

      • Users group: your admin group

      • Outgoing claim type: is*admin

      • Outgoing claim value: 1

    5. Configure group membership for more complex organizations, with multiple groups able to manage access.

      • Send LDAP attributes as claims

      • Attribute store: Active Directory

        • Add two rows with the following information:

          • LDAP attribute = email address; outgoing claim type: email address

          • LDAP attribute = Display*Name; outgoing claim type: common name

      • Mapping:

        • Token-Groups - Unqualified Names : member-of


Once you enable SAML, Service Provider metadata is available at https://<SPHost>/enzi/v0/saml/metadata. The metadata link is also labeled as entityID.

Only POST binding is supported for the Assertion Consumer Service, which is located at https://<SP Host>/enzi/v0/saml/acs.