Android Roaming Client


Policy Configuration

March 2022

SSO is here!
DNSFilter now supports Single Sign-On (SSO).
Improve security and streamline workflows. Enforce SSO to the DNSF dashboard with third-party identity providers (IdPs), such as Okta and Azure AD, as well as others that support OIDC.
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Getting started with SSO is quick and easy.
Simply configure an Identity Provider in the
Single Sign-On
section of the
page of your DNSFilter account. Once the values have been entered correctly, SSO can be turned on.
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Check out our Knowledgebase for a detailed breakdown of how you can set up SSO for your account.
You can now add notes to the “Allow” and “Block” lists
Customers can now add a note using the new notes column or in the pop-up dialog when adding a domain to the
list in the Policy settings on the dashboard.
Use this feature to remember why the domain was added to your lists. Notes can also be used as a reference in internal support tickets to help improve workflows.
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Local Domains support for Android:
Android has now joined the list of Operating systems (Windows and iOS) where local domains are supported.