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Support logout and single logout with SAML 2.0 claims provider

Support for logout and single logout with SAML 2.0 IdP configured as claims provider on B2C.

The logout and single logout os both requested in some customer cases and in relation to the Danish governments IdP called "NemLog-in". In relation to the Danish governments IdP it is a requirement to support logout and single logout to connect to the central federation.

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  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    In Finland there is more than 300 local governments that are obligated by the law to use Finnish goverment suomi.fi IdP. In order to them to become potential D365 (portal) clients, this is kind of MUST HAVE requirement .

  • Sayan Ghosh commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    We have a scenario where we want customers to sign-up at retail locations using shared devices. We obviously cannot if the browser keeps them signed-in - so we have to enforce local accounts only from brick-and-mortar channels. While completely understand why this is not implemented for most scenarios, if this was an opt-in / API based option it would help. It seems that others in the retail or hospitality sectors would have to run into these issues as well, or is no one else using shared devices and B2C social auth together?

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