It appears a new plugin was released. Are there updated setup instructions?
Yes please - update these instructions. SAML isn't working for us, per the directions here.
Same here. These instructions don't follow the currently installed WP plugin. We are on WP 4.0, and OneLogin SAML SSO Plugin 2.1.2
The instructions will be updated soon, sorry for the inconvenience.
We do have ours working now. A couple of things we learned: The IDent Proivder Settings are easy to copy from the OneLogin App into the wordPress plugin. We needed to make sure and "assign" or otherwise allow our AD users to the WP App within OneLogin. We have "Create user if not exists", "Update user data" and "Single Log out' enabled in the WP plugin. We are NOT having a great success with Attribute mapping or Role Mapping from the plugin...would appreciate any examples of how those flow from AD to OneLogin to the WP plugin. Finally, in app.onelogin.com we set "Logout URL" on Settings > Account Settings to redirect to the WP homepage, so that users didn't end up on the One Login dashboard. The dashboard could be handy if we had more than one app, but for now, the link to the WP app on the dashboard didn't work as hoped.
Pat Weichel, if you access to the Wordpress App at Onelogin, in the "Users" tab you can select 1 user and see what attributes has. In the "Parameters" tab you can customize the attributes that will be offered by the IdP.
You can install the SAML Tracer Tool  and review the SAML Response that the IdP send to the Wordpress SP (inside you will be able to read the attribute names that you need for the attribute/role mapping).
Related to the Logoout Url, OL expects that you set the SSO SLO URL of the SP (you can check it in the metadata link at the SAML Plugin). If you don't want SLO, keep this value entry and deactivate the SLO in the SAML plugin.
We recommend you to install and test the new 2.1.3 SAML plugin.
If you have any doubt, please contact our customer service and they will assist you with the plugin.
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