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    The following configuration needs to be added to the identifier registration of Kopano Konnect to enable SSO with Rocketchat:

    - id: name: Rocketchat trusted: true application_type: web redirect_uris: -

    Remember to restart Konnect after modifying the registry. If you want to verify that the configuration was properly loaded you have to modify log_level in /app/data/konnectd.cfg to read /app/data/konnectd.cfg. With another restart Konnect will then print a message like the following at startup:

    Apr 20 20:21:30 time="2020-04-20T18:21:30Z" level=debug msg="registered client" application_type=web insecure=false origins="[]" redirect_uris="[]" trusted=true with_client_secret=false

    In the following configuration needs to be added. For this go into the admin backend, select "OAuth" and there "Add custom oauth". I am using the following settings:

    URL: Token Path: /konnect/v1/token Token Sent Via: Header Identity Token Sent Via: Same as "Token Sent Via" Identity Path: /konnect/v1/userinfo Authorize Path: /signin/v1/identifier/_/authorize Scope: openid profile email Id: Secret: rocketchat Login Style: Default Button Text: Kopano Konnect (needs to be something the user can relate to) Button Text Color: #FFFFFF Button Color: #13679A Username field: preferred_username Merge users: false

    After storing these log out of and you will see a new button on your login page titled "Kopano Konnect", which will then use the new login method.

  • Kopano confusion

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    I had the same experience but was told I was "wrong"... glad more people are bringing this to attention.

  • Meet Kopano (unstable version) - a few questions & problems :)

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    @oj said in Meet Kopano (unstable version) - a few questions & problems 🙂:

    packages "Kopano Meet Boost" on Cloudron

    thats unfortunately a bit impractical to do. kwmbridge requires a large range of udp ports so running it in a container with forwarded ports is quite inefficient (because there is also quite a memory overhead in Docker in this case).

    But it should be easy to make the app configurable enough to have kwmbridge running on a dedicated host and simply hook up to kwmserver inside of the app. having (multiple) external kwmbridge endpoints is kind of the setup we are expecting anyways.