Sign in to Starmind & User management

Sign in to Starmind

Single Sign-On over SAML

With Single Sign-on the users can use their company account to login to Starmind. The user base needs to be updated only in one central application. This requires more effort to implement but is better accepted by the users. Also, you don't need to maintain the user base on Starmind as we can create new users on the fly with the first login. 

Simple Login & Self registration

The alternative would be to use a username and password to login to Starmind. You can eighter create the users within Starmind or you can activate "self-registration" then everyone can create the account by himself. "Self-registration" should only be activated for open communities. 

User Management

Manual Approach

Starmind provides a sophisticated user manager for admin users. Admins can create, update or delete users easily. Users can also be searched or filtered by roles, status, etc. Moreover, there is the possibility to Import or Export users with Excel files.

Automated Approach

To reduce the overhead of manually update the user base, Stamrind provides several methods to automate the creation, update, and deletion of users. 

Technical details

The application comes preconfigured if Simple Login or Self-registration. If you want to use a single sign-on please follow the steps below.

In addition, you need to make sure that your admin users have the required roles assigned and that the user base is managed. For each, you can find dedicated documentation. 

Single sign-on

1. Send your metadata file to Starmind. If you are using an ADFS you can generate the metadata file with the following link:


2. We will provide you our metadata file to setup Starmind. 

3. Set up your identity provider.

Azure AD

Follow the steps here

Other IDP

Setup your IDP. You can find a list of all required claims here:

4. Test together with Starmind if Single sign-on is working. 

Role Management

You need to make sure that your admin users have the appropriate role assigned. You can find more details on how to do that here:

User Management

Detailed information can be found in the technical documentation:

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