Secure Mobile Access 12.4 Administration Guide

Adding the SMA Application to One Identity Cloud Access Manager

After you configure One Identity Cloud Access Manager (CAM) as an SMA Authentication Server, you need to add the SMA application to the One Identity CAM.

To add the SMA application to One Identity CAM

  1. In One Identity CAM, go to the Home page.

  2. Under Applications, click Add New. The Create a New Application page displays.

  3. Under Create a New Application, select Configure Manually. The Back-end SSO Method page displays.

  4. Under Back-end SSO Method, select Using SAML.

  5. Click Next. The Federation Settings page displays.

  6. Under Federation Settings, enter the following URLs:

    1. In the Recipient field, enter

    2. In the Audience/SP Identity field, enter

  7. Click Next. The Subject Mapping page displays.

  8. Under Subject Mapping, leave the default option selected, Users from “AD” can’t log into this application.

  9. Click Next. The Claims Mapping page displays.

  10. Leave the Claim Mapping section empty.

  11. Click Next. The External Access page displays.

  12. Under External Access, select This application is external to my network.

  13. Click Next. The Permissions page displays.

  14. On the Permissions page, select the Roles you want, using the Allow Role Access button.

  15. Click Next. The Application Name page displays.

  16. In the Application Name field, enter the name of your SMA application.

  17. Click Next. The Application Portal page displays.

  18. On the Application Portal page, under SSO Mode, select SP Initiated.

  19. In the URL field, enter

  20. Select any other options you want.

  21. Click Finish. The Application Created page displays.

    The Application Created page shows all the Single Sign-On details necessary to configure the SMA application.

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