There is now one login page per region (EU and US). Typically, a specified system name is no longer required for logging in:
- On the login page, the user enters a username and password.
- If there is only one system with the specified username (usually the email address), the user will be logged in. In this case, the system name does not need to be specified.
- If there are two or more systems with the specified username, the user will also be prompted to enter the system name.
- Logging in via a link with the system name is still supported.
Single Sign On via SAML 2.0
Single Sign On (SSO) allows Meisterplan users to log in using your existing SAML-enabled ID provider (such as Active Directory, OneLogin, Ping Identity, Okta and many more).
- Single Sign On is now also available for SaaS customers.
- The previously available Single Sign On mechanism for on premise systems is no longer supported.
- The Meisterplan client won't initially support Single Sign On via SAML 2.0.
User Management Changes
All user management related pages have been redesigned:
- Change Password
- Forgot Your Password
- Password Policy
New Meisterplan users are now created without a password:
- Administrators may set a user's password via "Change Password".
- Users may set their passwords via " Forgot Your Password".
The following features will no longer be supported after the update:
- The Smartsheet Pivot report will no longer be supported. It may be substituted by exporting data from the Allocations Pivot report to Excel and then importing that data to Smartsheet.
- The ServiceNow beta connector will no longer be supported. A newly developed integration will be released soon. Please get back with us if you would like to know more about this.