ONTAP 9.14.1 commands

security saml-sp modify

Modify SAML service provider authentication

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the admin privilege level.


The security saml-sp modify command modifies the Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) Service Provider (SP) configuration for single sign-on authentication. This command is used to enable or disable an existing SAML SP, security saml-sp modify-is-enabled true or false`` respectively.

This command will check the validity of the current SAML SP configuration before enabling the SP. Also, it is necessary to use this command with the -is-enabled false parameter prior to deleting an existing SAML SP configuration. SAML SP can only be disabled in this way by a password authenticated console application user or from a SAML authenticated command interface. The delete command must be used if the SAML configuration settings are to be changed, as only the is-enabled parameter can be modified.

This may restart the web server. Any HTTP/S connections that are active may be disrupted.


[-is-enabled {true|false}] - SAML Service Provider Enabled

Use this paramater to enable or disable the SAML SP.


The following example enables SAML SP:

cluster1::> security saml-sp modify -is-enabled true
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