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Re: Using AEM with Okta (with increased session duration)
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Not specificallyI know Okta is a supported IDM, although my requirement needs to tailor the standard use case of Okta to essentially extend the AEM session (Perhaps by custom auth handlers?)Looking adviceThanks

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Hello,We want to integrate AEM with Okta.However Okta has a short session time that we don't want to change, and we have a requirement for AEM to have a longer session time.Therefore after authentication with Okta, we somehow need AEM to create its own session that will be valid for x days.For the purposes of this explanation, Lets assume x=10 days.After logging in, If the user returns to AEM within those 10 days, then they wouldn't have to login again, and the session would be extended for a fu...

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Using Azure AD B2C for authentication in AEM
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HiHas anyone setup SSO between AEM and Azure AD B2C?Any guidance would be usefulThanks

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Is it possible to have separate login pages, each configured with their own authentication mechanism (ADFS/Okta?)After the login I assume they both access the SAME AEM site content?, Does this have any implication on the "Logout" process?

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Navin: Your 3. is not an option, when an internal person accesses the URL you won't even have a username for them so you can't check if they are internal/external. My requirement is to automatically authenticate internal users when they access the site.I believe having 2 login pages may be the best approach

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I have the same issue, keen to hear how this progresses

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Hi all,We have requirements for AEM that:1) any internal network users get routed to our ADFS for SSO2) any external network users get routed to a Cloud IDP for explicit username/password authentication (i.e. Okta)Can this be configured or does this require customization?I am presuming that some code is required to detect the users ip and compare against whitelists to determine if a user is accessing from the frim's internal network to then decide if the user should be routed to ADFS or Okta?Tha...

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