Support » Plugin: SAML 2.0 Single Sign-On » Odd experiences

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    (@thecellarroom)


    I tried installing this on a IIS box using latest WordPress (4.3.1) and found that the plugin seemed to remember settings after plugin was deleted and reinstalled.

    I was unable to get this plugin to work, it seems to use .htaccess files rather than the web.config I needed. Although the keys were saved to the right folder, the metadata.php/1 file returned an error and the .cer file was returning 404 through the browser although a text file in the same folder rendered ok.

    It’s a shame as this seems to be the only SAML plugin that isn’t reliant on a third party app / sign up. – In my case my client had their own ID provider.

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