You can add, configure and enable an Auth Module to let users log in to YouTrack with their credentials stored in the service that provides the Auth Module.
YouTrack provides pre-configured OpenID authentication modules for Yahoo! and AOL. Additional providers that support Open ID can be enabled with the generic authentication module for OpenID.
The authentication modules for Google and GitHub can be configured for OAuth 2.0.
/logs/hub-export.logfile contains a log of events related to user-management upgrades. The system administrator can check this file to detect problems related to users who were not imported or disabled OAuth modules.
Changes Required for Migrating to the New Cloud Domain
After the upgrade to the version 2021.4, YouTrack InCloud instances may migrate to
instancename.youtrack.cloud. Auth modules based on OAuth 2.0 and OpenID may require reconfiguration.
To update auth modules:
On the side of the IdP, proceed to update the Authorized redirect URI field or its analogue.
For each redirect URI on the list starting with
https://instancename.myjetbrains.com/youtrack, add one more URI starting with
Don't remove any URIs from the list, as they may come in handy if you decide to roll the base URL back.
Apply your changes.
In your browser, navigate to
https://instancename.youtrack.cloudand try to log in with the updated auth module.
Repeat the procedure for all auth modules that require reconfiguration.
Available Auth Modules
- Common Settings for Auth Modules
- Hub Auth Module
- Active Directory Auth Module
- Amazon Auth Module
- Atlassian Jira Auth Module
- Azure AD 2.0 Auth Module
- Bitbucket Cloud Auth Module
- Facebook Auth Module
- GitHub Auth Module
- GitLab Auth Module
- Google Auth Module
- JetBrains Account Auth Module
- Keycloak Auth Module
- LDAP Auth Module
- Microsoft Account Auth Module
- OAuth 2.0 Auth Module
- Okta Auth Module
- OpenID 2.0 Auth Module
- OpenLDAP Auth Module
- PayPal Auth Module
- SAML 2.0 Auth Module
- Yandex Passport Auth Module