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  1. Sign up as a Salesforce developer.
    1. Fill out the relevant information found in the following URL: https://developer.salesforce.com/signup
    2. Click Sign me up.
    3. You will receive a security token by email to confirm your new account. If you did not receive the email successfully, you will be able to reset it by following the steps given here.
  2. Log in with your new credentials as a Salesforce developer. Do this by clicking Login link in the top right hand side of https://developer.salesforce.com/.
  3. Click Allow to enable Salesforce to access your basic information.
  4. Once you are logged in, add a connected app. See the following steps for instructions on how to do this. Also see here for a more detailed information.
    1. In the Build section of the left navigation menu, click Apps under Create.
    2. In the window that appears, click New under Connected Apps.
    3. Fill in the form that appears with relevant details.
      The following items in the form need special consideration.

      Form LabelDescription
      Connected App NameThe name of the connected app.
      API NameThe API name matches the name of the connected app. This defaults to a version of the name without spaces. Only letters, numbers, and underscores are allowed, so you must edit the default name if the original app name contains any other characters. 
      Contact EmailThe email address used by the connected app.
      Enable OAuth SettingsMake sure this checkbox is selected to enable OAuth settings for your configurations to work.
      Callback URLThe Callback URL is used for redirection. This is typically the URL that a user’s browser is redirected to after successful authentication. Use the following value here as an example: https://login.salesforce.com/services/oauth2/token
      Selected OAuth ScopesChoose Full access (full) from the Available OAuth Scopes and click the button under Add. This gives the necessary permissions when accessing this App.
    4. Click Save to add the connected app.
  5. The resulting screen displays key information that you will need to configure the Identity Server to Salesforce.
    Make a note of the following details as you will need them in upcoming configurations. 
    1. Consumer Key
    2. Consumer Secret (Click the Click to reveal link to view the consumer secret)
    3. Callback URL
  6. Add your connected app to the profile you are going to use. This is necessary as this profile is used when you add users in to Salesforce from the Identity Server. 

    1. A list of existing profiles can be viewed in the Profiles section under Manage Users

    2. As an example, if you use the profile “Chatter Free User”, click Edit and select the connected app you created to configure with the Identity Server using the provided checkbox.

    3. Click Save. Make a note of the profile ID (or address URL) of the Chatter Free User profile. This should be: https://ap1identityprovisioning-dev-ed.my.salesforce.com/00e90000001aV2o
  7. Get the public certificate for Salesforce. Do the following in order to achieve this.
    1. Click Setup at the top of the screen.
    2. In the left navigation pane, click Certificate and Key Management under Security Controls.
    3. Click Create Self-Signed Certificate.
    4. Enter the Label and a Unique Name and click Save. The certificate is generated.
    5. Click the Download Certificate button to download the certificate.

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