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Why can't we log in directly to the community ?

So maybe someone will be able to explain why, in order to log-in to the community, I have to first log-in to the ISC2 website, then click the community link, then click on sign-in to the community, and only then am I logged in to the system.

 

We are pretty far advanced in being able to pass credentials in a safe way between sites, especially when they belong to the same organization, so there should be at least an SSO automatically between the two sites. The fact that their isn't, is incomprehensible.

 

In addition, why can't I log in directly to the community ? Why am I forced to access it only from the main site ?

 

And if we are already on the subject of bugs, issues with the site, why is there no location (in the community when opening a new post) for issues with the website itself ?

 

These may seem small issues, but they are annoying, a time waste, and not what one would expect from an organization as supposedly advanced technologically as ISC2.

 

Mike

Sincerely,

Mike Glassman, CISSP
Iguana man
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Re: Why can't we log in directly to the community ?


@MikeGlassman wrote:

 

In addition, why can't I log in directly to the community ? Why am I forced to access it only from the main site ?


I did some rudimentary analysis of the issue and posted it here:

 

https://community.isc2.org/t5/Member-Support/The-quot-community-quot-is-seriously-broken/m-p/21975#M...

 

 


And if we are already on the subject of bugs, issues with the site, why is there no location (in the community when opening a new post) for issues with the website itself ?


I have another bug on the CPE portal in that I can't access my "Active Transcript" as I get an error saying "Error occurred while loading a Visualforce page." Does anyone else get this?

 

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Re: Why can't we log in directly to the community ?

Disclaimer before comment: I am a certified ForgeRock Engineer and Identity Access is my passion.

 

I used FR at my last gig for 20k+ users with a mixture of onprem and cloud devices.  You don't get this mess that ISC2 has with their "SSO solution" their provider has implemented.  Your secure MFA token goes with you where ever you traverse in the customers domain.  It's seamless and the user experience is very smooth and professional.  It allows the user to do what they are supposed to which is to be productive.

 

The SSO solution here is quirky at best.

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Re: Why can't we log in directly to the community ?

 

 


@MikeGlassman wrote:

So maybe someone will be able to explain why, in order to log-in to the community, I have to first log-in to the ISC2 website, then click the community link, then click on sign-in to the community, and only then am I logged in to the system.


I've experienced exactly the same thing, and asked about it here some weeks ago, but didn't follow up on it, and am just doing it from the main site now.

 

 


And if we are already on the subject of bugs, issues with the site, why is there no location (in the community when opening a new post) for issues with the website itself ?


Yes, with these issues being so persistent, there ought to be a dedicated location for posts on them. It's the least (ISC)2 could do...  Man Wink

 

 

 

Shannon D'Cruz,
CISM, CISSP

www.linkedin.com/in/shannondcruz
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Re: Why can't we log in directly to the community?

> MikeGlassman (Newcomer III) posted a new topic in Member Support on 05-07-2019

> So maybe someone will be able to explain why, in order to log-in to the
> community, I have to first log-in to the ISC2 website, then click the community
> link, then click on sign-in to the community, and only then am I logged in to
> the system.

In my experience with the kludge, there is a slightly shorter way. I log in to ISC2,
and then open another window to the "community." When it opens, I am logged
in to my "community" account.

YMMV

(I note that, for the past year [with one very notable exception], I haven't logged
on to the "community" at all. As long as I don't explicitly sign out, every time I
open a window to the "community" I am logged on. This has survived monthly
(and other) platform updates, a few crashes, a power failure, and numerous updates
and restarts of the browser. It's been consistent whether I've been logged on to
ISC2 or not [mostly not].)

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