Commit 3a91f508 authored by Andrei Gliga's avatar Andrei Gliga

documentation for enabling or disabling OAuth sign in

parent bc099d79
......@@ -11,6 +11,7 @@ of the configured mechanisms.
- [Supported Providers](#supported-providers)
- [Enable OmniAuth for an Existing User](#enable-omniauth-for-an-existing-user)
- [OmniAuth configuration sample when using Omnibus GitLab](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/omnibus-gitlab/tree/master#omniauth-google-twitter-github-login)
- [Enable or disable Sign In with an OmniAuth provider without disabling import sources](#enable-or-disable-sign-in-with-an-omniauth-provider-without-disabling-import-sources)
## Supported Providers
......@@ -191,3 +192,16 @@ experience [in the public Wiki](https://github.com/gitlabhq/gitlab-public-wiki/w
While we can't officially support every possible authentication mechanism out there,
we'd like to at least help those with specific needs.
## Enable or disable Sign In with an OmniAuth provider without disabling import sources
>**Note:**
This setting was introduced with version 8.8 of GitLab
Administrators are able to enable or disable Sign In via some OmniAuth providers.
>**Note:**
By default Sign In is enabled via all the OAuth Providers that have been configured in config/gitlab.yml.
In order to enable/disable an OmniAuth provider go to Admin Area -> Settings-> Sign-in Restrictions section -> Enabled OAuth Sign-In sources and select the providers you want to enable or disable.
![Enabled OAuth Sign-In sources](img/enabled-oauth-sign-in-sources.png)
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