With the delegated authentication feature in Oracle Identity Cloud Service, you can perform tasks such as viewing, deactivating, testing, and activating delegated authentication for a Microsoft Active Directory (AD) Bridge associated with an AD domain.
|Understand delegated authentication.||You can learn about delegated authentication, including how administrators can use it so that users can use their AD passwords to sign in to Oracle Identity Cloud Service to access Oracle Identity Cloud Service-protected resources and applications.||Understand Delegated Authentication|
|View details about delegated authentication.||You can view details about an AD Bridge, such as whether it’s activated or deactivated for delegated authentication, by using the Delegated Authentication page.||View Details About Delegated Authentication|
|Deactivate delegated authentication.||You can deactivate delegated authentication for an AD Bridge associated with an AD domain by using the Delegated Authentication page.||Deactivate Delegated Authentication|
|Test delegated authentication.||You can verify that a user's AD credentials from a domain associated with an AD Bridge can be used to sign in to Oracle Identity Cloud Service by using the Delegated Authentication page.||Test Delegated Authentication|
|Activate delegated authentication.||You can activate delegated authentication for the AD Bridge by using the Delegated Authentication page.||Activate Delegated Authentication|
|Handle Network Failure in Delegated Authentication.||You can login into Oracle Identity Cloud Service even if Active Directory is not reachable.||Handle Network Failure in Delegated Authentication|
The Identity Cloud Service console
The following sections describe how to manage delegated authentication in Oracle Identity Cloud Service by using the Identity Cloud Service console.
For more information about how to use SCIM APIs, see REST API for Oracle Identity Cloud Service.