Starting IPRO Search

Once you know which role you will be playing in a data audit, you can start IPRO Search and log in.

If your organization uses an identity provider that supports Single Sign-On (SSO), such as AD FS, and if your IPRO administrator has configured SSO, you will be signed in to IPRO Search automatically once you sign in to AD FS. If you attempt to sign in to IPRO Search before you sign in to AD FS, you will be redirected from the IPRO Search welcome screen to the AD FS sign-in page. Otherwise, the SSO process is invisible to you.

IPRO Search has various timeouts designed to boost system security regarding user authentication. When SSO is enabled, authentication access authorized by the Identity Provider (in most cases AD FS) will override the timeouts in IPRO Search. In cases where the timeouts are not overridden, the user will be redirected to AD FS (most likely invisibly) in order to re-authenticate.
Once SAML is enabled, users cannot change their password, since the welcome screen where this option appears is no longer visible. Since authentication occurs through Active Directory, the password is irrelevant when SSO is enabled.

SSO syncs cloud identities for sites such as IPRO Search, Office 365, and Salesforce, as well as for local apps including the Microsoft Office suite. If you have any questions about SSO, contact your IPRO Search administrator.