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SSPR within a iFrame


Hi,

since I did not find any hint in the documentation I tray to find an
answer here 😉

This week a coustomer brought up the question if the whole sspr could
run within a defined iFrame within his existion portal or not.

Is ths possible?

Thanks,

Thorsten


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Re: SSPR within a iFrame

On 6/5/2015 4:24 AM, tschloesser wrote:
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> Hi,
>
> since I did not find any hint in the documentation I tray to find an
> answer here 😉
>
> This week a coustomer brought up the question if the whole sspr could
> run within a defined iFrame within his existion portal or not.


I was trying out ways to add SSPR links to UA 4.02 (pre-HPD) and used an
iFrame as content and it was fine.

There is an option (somewhere, so many menus...) to disallow iFraming in
SSPR if you wanted too, which implies it is possible by default.

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Re: SSPR within a iFrame

On 06/05/2015 10:36 AM, Geoffrey Carman wrote:
> There is an option (somewhere, so many menus...) to disallow iFraming in


Just to address the abundance of options in SSPR, there is also a great
feature under one of the last menus in the administrative interface that
lets you search for features. I'd bet searching in there for 'iframe'
turns up the setting to which Geoffrey is referring, just like it can be
used to find so many other things quickly. I wish every product had that
feature.

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Re: SSPR within a iFrame

On 6/5/2015 12:44 PM, ab wrote:
> On 06/05/2015 10:36 AM, Geoffrey Carman wrote:
>> There is an option (somewhere, so many menus...) to disallow iFraming in

>
> Just to address the abundance of options in SSPR, there is also a great
> feature under one of the last menus in the administrative interface that
> lets you search for features. I'd bet searching in there for 'iframe'
> turns up the setting to which Geoffrey is referring, just like it can be
> used to find so many other things quickly. I wish every product had that
> feature.


I like the search. The problem is, there are interdependencies in
settings.

For example: To send forgotten password reset requests via SMS Token
instead of Challenge Response, you need to (Lets see if I can do this
from memory, without looking):

Settings menu:
Tokens - (set length, I had an issue with default of 16 that I forget
the reason for now).
SMS - to define your SMS provider. (Which was not terrible, but I wish
there was an easy way. I figured it out, but it felt harder than it
needed to be).

Modules:
Forgotten password - and a bunch of settings.

I feel like I missed one.

Now once I succeeded, that all made sense. SMS to configure SMS to send
Tokens. So Tokens menu to define how Tokens work. Then Forgotten
password to tell it to use SMS Tokens.

But the first time, that was pretty unclear.

It is one of those things where someone familair just says "Well duh, of
course you do it in this order, how else would you get it to work?" vs a
newbie trying to puzzle it all out.l



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Re: SSPR within a iFrame


Hi,

thank you so much. We will give it a tray 😉

Cheers,

Thorsten


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