Single Sign-On Support with Google OAuth 2.0

FlexNet Manager Suite 2022 R1 (On-Premises)
To enable integration with a single sign-on infrastructure, FlexNet Manager Suite includes support for Google OAuth 2.0 authorization framework.
Tip: Google OAuth is entirely separate from G Suite integration through SAML 2.0 (for which, start from Single Sign-On Support with SAML).
After appropriate configuration, any attempt to login to FlexNet Manager Suite authenticates through the Google OAuth 2.0 authorization framework, and if successful, results in access to FlexNet Manager Suite.
Note: Enabling Google OAuth 2.0 requires that all operators of FlexNet Manager Suite log in using their configured Google account. There is no mixed-mode operation possible that would allow some operators to log in using Windows Integrated Authentication and others to use Google OAuth 2.0.

Google OAuth 2.0 supports several elements of FlexNet Manager Suite, including the basic functionality, the license simulations, and FlexNet Manager for SAP Applications. However, it does not support Analytics (Flexera Analytics, powered by IBM Cognos). If you wish to use Cognos reports, you must continue to use Windows Integrated Authentication, or use a SAML 2.0-compliant single sign-on solution.

FlexNet Manager Suite (On-Premises)

2022 R1