Domain Restriction

This feature can restrict or allow user access to the WordPress site based on the domain of their email address.

Allow/Deny user login based on email domain
  • Control access to the WordPress site by specifying email domains for authorized users or unauthorized users.

How to enable/disable Domain Restriction?

Follow the steps below to enable or disable the Domain Restriction feature:

  • In miniOrange SAML 2.0 SSO plugin navigate to Attribute/Role Mapping >> Role Mapping subtab.

  • Enable the toggle Allow/Deny user login based on email domain.

  • Enter the email domains separated by semicolon (;) in the fields.

  • Select an option Allow or Deny for which you want to allow or restrict your WordPress site access.

  • Click on Save button.

Domain Restriction in Premium plugin v12.1.8 and above

Note - All above configuration steps and images are valid for Premium plugin v12.2.0 and above.

Advantages of Domain Restriction

  • Enables you to allow access to only a specified company domain.

  • You can control user access when multiple users exist in your Identity Provider but you want to allow only users with certain domains.

For more information visit our WordPress SSO page.