Extensible Single Sign-On MDM payload settings for Apple devices
Use the Extensible Single Sign-On payload to define extensions for multifactor user authentication on iPhone, iPad, and Mac devices enrolled in a mobile device management (MDM) solution. This payload must be user approved.
This extension is for use by identity providers to deliver a seamless experience as users sign in to apps and websites. When properly configured using MDM, the user authenticates once then gains access to subsequent native apps and websites automatically. The following other features can be used with the Extensible Single Sign-On payload when implemented by the developer:
Per App VPN
In addition to the Single Sign-on Extensions for third-party developers, iOS 13, iPadOS 13.1, and macOS 10.15 feature a built-in Kerberos extension that can be used to log users into native apps as well as websites that support Kerberos authentication.
macOS domains should be managed with the Associated Domains payload.
OS and channel
Supported enrollment types
Shared iPad user
The unique bundle ID for the app.
The unique team ID for the app.
The full Kerberos realm where the user’s account is located.
Approved domains that can be authenticated with the app extension.
Required for Redirect payloads. Ignored for Credential payloads.
The URLs must begin with http:// or https://, the scheme and hostname are matched case-insensitively, query parameters and URL fragments are not allowed, and the URLs of all installed Extensible SSO payloads must be unique.