If you have a Google or Microsoft account, you can log in to IXON Cloud with Log in with Google and Log in with Microsoft instead of entering an e-mail address and password.
Log in with Single Sign-On
To log in with Single Sign-On, no special configuration is needed. All you need is a Google account or a Microsoft account.
- Go to the IXON Cloud login page.
- Click on Log in with Google or Log in with Microsoft.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to log in.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can Single Sign-On be enforced?
Single Sing-On cannot be enforced. You can always still login with your IXON Cloud account e-mail address and password. We thus recommend to choose a secure password for your IXON Cloud account, even if you intend to always login with Single Sign-On. Instructions: Change or reset your password
Can Single Sign-On be integrated into Google or Microsoft user management?
Single Sign-On is not integrated with Google or Microsoft user management. Meaning if a user's Google or Microsoft account is no longer available, they can still login with their IXON Cloud account e-mail address and password. Make sure to always keep your IXON Cloud user list up-to-date to prevent unwanted access. Is this integration important to you? Please let us know on roadmap.ixon.cloud
Is two-factor authentication (2FA) compatible with Single Sign-On?
Two-factor authentication (2FA) needs to be configured in your Google or Microsoft account. When you configure 2FA within your IXON Cloud account it is not used when you login with Single Sign-On. However, to keep your account secure, it is recommended to also configure 2FA in your IXON Cloud account. Instructions: Two-factor authentication (2FA)
I don't see any Single Sign-On login buttons. Why is that?
The login buttons Log in with Google
and Log in with Microsoft
are hidden by default when using a custom domain (URL). Manual configuration is needed to make them work with your custom domain. If you wish to use Single Sign-On, please contact
our support team to assist you setting it up.