You can specify general access rules that can be reused in many places, as well as access rules that applies to a specific resource only. You can also specify a global access rule that automatically applies to all resources.
You can create access rules using different criteria. For example, access to a resource is allowed:
if a HTTP header name and regular expression are matched.
if the user conforms to a customized access rule, specified in separate XML files.
When adding access rules to a resource you can use the general access rules in combination with specific access rules, combined with AND. You can also combine specific rules with either AND or OR.
A custom-defined access rule is tailored to meet specific needs. The custom-defined access rules are specified in separate XML files and can only be updated by editing the corresponding XML file.
How can Single Sign-On (SSO) be used with access rules
For SSO you define how and when SSO should be used by protecting the SSO domain with access rules. The access rules specified for the SSO domain apply to the SSO functionality only, not to the resources in the SSO domain. For example, if a user successfully accesses a resource in the SSO domain but the SSO access rule fails, the user is still free to access resources in the domain. The user will be required to enter credentials for each resource, as if SSO was not applied.
How do I add an access rule?
Click here for information on how to add an access rule.
This article is valid for Smart ID 20.11 and later.