Last updated: August 3, 2021
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Instead of managing individual user accounts for each system or application, many organizations prefer to manage authentication centrally using a single sign-on (SSO) solution. Burp Suite Enterprise Edition supports this approach by providing options for enabling both LDAP and SAML-based SSO.
Once enabled, users will be able to log in using their existing, centralized credentials. This removes the need to explicitly create user accounts in Burp Suite Enterprise Edition. Instead, you configure permissions on a group level, and each user automatically inherits their permissions from the groups to which they belong.
For more on how to enable single sign-on for Burp Suite Enterprise Edition, please refer to the corresponding documentation for your preferred setup: