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This plugin allows you to delegate access to OAuth (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OAuth) providers. On the CrushFTP's login page next to the login button will appear the enabled provider's "Signed in" button".
Currently Google Sign-In, Microsoft Sign-In, Azure Active Directory B2C Sign in and Amazon Cognito Sign in are supported.

1. Google Sign-In

See Google Sign in Configuration

2. Microsoft Sign-In

See Microsoft Sign in Configuration

3. Azure Active Directory B2C

See Azure Active Directory B2C Configuration

4. Amazon Cognito

See Amazon Cognito Configuration

5. Plugin Settings

1. Username matching -> It filters the OAuth user name (Google Auth: email address, Microsoft Auth: user principal name). Allow multiple values separated by a comma. Domain filter is allowed (like *mydomain.com).

2. Allowed authentication types

a. Skip OTP processing: CrushOAuth plugin is not compatible with OTP Settings as IDP (identity provider) can have its own two-factor authentication. Turning the flag to true will skip OAuth users from CrushFTP's OTP process.
b. Remove email suffix from username: The username of "my_user@email.com" will be "my_user".
c. Get Cognito user info: Gets more info about Amazon Cognito users (like custom attributes). Only if Amazon Cognito Sign in is enabled.

4. OAuth only used for Authentication (User Manager defines user's access.) -> If users already exist in CrushFTP's User Manager, you can use the CrushOAuth plugin just for authentication.

5. Template Username -> The signed-in user inherits not just the settings, but the VFS items too (as Linked VFS).
Import settings from CrushFTP user -> The signed-in user inherits just the settings from this user. It must have a value! Default value would be : default -> the default user of CrushFTP

6 OAuth Roles -> You can configure different Template Users (see 5.) based on IDP's (identity provider) attributes.
IDP Attribute examples:

Google Sign-In:
email_verified, idp_user_info, given_name, family_name, email_verified, group

Microsoft Sign-In:
mail, idp_user_info, displayName, jobTitle, businessPhones, mobilePhone, officeLocation, group

Amazon Cognito Sign-in:
email, username, identities, cognito:username, cognito:groups, custom:<<defined custom attributes>>
Role examples :

<<IDP attribute name>>=<<IDP attribute value>>,<<IDP attribute name>>=<<IDP attribute value>> : tmeplate user name


IDP attribute value: Exact match, Simple Match (like *mail.com*), Regex match (like REGEX:<<the regular expression>>), if the value is an array you can reference only one of the array element (exact match only). Like (IDP Attribute value -> groups:["group1","group2"] -> you can match with group1)

7. VFS-related settings -> You can set custom VFS for CrushOAuth users.


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