1. Go to the SAML SSO Plugin page (https://<confluence/JIRA-url>/plugins/servlet/samlsso/admin)
2. Set the following values into the appropriate fields:
URL on the Identity Provider to where the SAML authentication requests are sent.
Default Redirect URL
Relative URL on JIRA or Confluence to redirect after successful login, if no specific URL was called. This is usually the case if the samlsso-Servlet is opened directly.
This value is typically just / if Confluence / JIRA is running in the root context.
Login Page URL
If the SAML login fails, a link to the username / password login page is displayed on the error page. For Confluence, this is usually /login.action; for JIRA, /login.jsp
Redirect Login Requests
If this box is checked, JIRA / Confluence redirects to the samlsso-Servlet (which redirects to ADFS) instead of the login page. If this box is not checked, then single sign-on only works if the samlsso-Servlet is called directly at https://<confluence / JIRA-url>/plugins/servlet/samlsso.
Paste the Base64-encoded Token Signing Certificate here (step 12 in SecureAuth IdP Configuration Steps).
If this field is left empty, the SAML response signature validation is disabled. This can be useful for testing and troubleshooting, but it is strongly recommended that the validation is enabled to mitigate attackers gaining access by sending fake SAML responses.
After clicking Send, the certificate is shown in the field below in readable form.