To manage access to the account, please follow the Security tab under the Setup section of the Admin Portal:
Allow working offline for the iOS device — this feature allows you to determine whether your end users can work on their mobile devices offline. If activated, users can open the app with no Internet connection and access documents they’ve previously synced. The setting allows working offline for the number of days you determine, past which users will be logged out of the application and will need to connect to the Internet to sign back in.
Two-factor Authentication — an extra level of security for Fluix account admins. If enabled, Admins will be prompted to enter a login, password, and unique pin that will be sent to a cell phone each time the Admin is trying to access the Admin Portal.
Keep Deleted Fluix storage documents for — the amount of time during which you’d like Fluix to keep documents that were deleted from Fluix cloud storage on our servers.
Password complexity — allows you to define the level of complexity of passwords that end users choose to log into the app.
Enable Single Sign-On (SSO) using SAML — allows users to use one set of login credentials to securely access multiple applications. To enable SSO for your account, contact your Success Manager or write to us at email@example.com.
After SSO functionality is being enabled for your account, the check box for selecting SSO will become active, and the fields will become fillable:
On the right, you may find links that should be implemented in your SSO solution, such as ACS URL and Entity ID.
Once the changes are made, to save and implement them, click the Save changes button.
In case you have any questions on setup, contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to help you.