security saml-sp modify

Modify SAML service provider authentication

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the admin privilege level.


The security saml-sp modify command modifies the Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) Service Provider (SP) configuration for single sign-on authentication. This command is used to enable or disable an existing SAML SP, security saml-sp modify -is-enabled true or false respectively.

This command will check the validity of the current SAML SP configuration before enabling the SP. Also, it is necessary to use this command with the -is-enabled false parameter prior to deleting an existing SAML SP configuration. SAML SP can only be disabled in this way by a password authenticated console application user or from a SAML authenticated command interface. The delete command must be used if the SAML configuration settings are to be changed, as only the is-enabled parameter can be modified.

Note: This may restart the web server. Any HTTP/S connections that are active may be disrupted.


[-is-enabled {true|false}] - SAML Service Provider Enabled
Use this paramater to enable or disable the SAML SP.


The following example enables SAML SP:
    cluster1::> security saml-sp modify -is-enabled true