Users, who have permission to use the single sign-in method for multiple accounts, access the sign-in page through a link provided by the account owner or administrator.
The account owner or an administrator can copy the sign-in URL from the Sign-in Settings page.
The user then sees the sign in pane of their Identity Provider. The following is an example of the Microsoft Azure: sign in pane:
The following is an example of the Okta sign in pane:
Upon authentication, the user enters into their Treasure Data account.
The user can verify their sign in method by looking at their profile. You can copy the url to your IdP sign-in page if you want to bookmark or otherwise use the IdP sign in page.
Changing the Sign-In Method
Users enabled for Identity Federation cannot change their sign-in method. The account owner or administrator must change the sign-in method. See Changing the Sign-in Mode of a User in Identity Federation.
A Tip About Signing Out of TD Console
The browser that you use when you log into TD Console, might enable you to login again without re-authenticating, based on the way authentication is handled at the IdP. Therefore it is recommended that when you log out of TD Console, close the browser to increase security. Administrators should advise all of their account users to close the browser after logging out of TD Console.