This section explains how to use the qq saml_modify_settings command.

Description

Modify cluster SAML configuration

Usage

qq saml_modify_settings [-h] [--disable | --enable] [--idp-sso-url IDP_SSO_URL] [--idp-certificate IDP_CERTIFICATE | --idp-certificate-file IDP_CERTIFICATE_FILE]
    [--idp-entity-id IDP_ENTITY_ID] [--cluster-dns-name CLUSTER_DNS_NAME] [--require-sso {true,false}]

Flags

Flag Name Required Description
--disable No Disable authentication via SAML
--enable No Enable authentication via SAML
--idp-sso-url No Sets the cluster's configured IDP SSO URL.
--idp-certificate No Sets the cluster's configured IDP public key with the given value in PEM format.
--idp-certificate-file No Sets the cluster's configured IDP public key from a PEM file.
--idp-entity-id No Sets the URI for the IDP this cluster trusts to authenticate users via SAML.
--cluster-dns-name No Sets the cluster's configured DNS name (must be FQDN).
--require-sso No If set, requires SSO for Active Directory (AD) users to be able to manage this cluster. The cluster rejects password-based authentication from AD users of the Qumulo Core Web UI, qq CLI, and REST API. This setting does not restrict access over file protocols such as SMB.