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  • How do I activate a Wolfram product using single sign-on (SSO)? Read this article in: 日本語 Single sign-on (SSO) is an authentication method that allows users to authenticate on multiple systems, applications or websites by using single set of credentials (username/email and password). If you obtained your Wolfram product from your own organization and the latter has an Unlimited Site license for it, you may be […]
  • How do I troubleshoot single sign-on (SSO) issues with my Wolfram product? If you obtained your Wolfram product from your own organization and the latter has an unlimited site license for it, you may be able to activate your product copy with your organization’s credentials using SSO. In the process, your Wolfram product opens a new browser window so you can provide your organization’s credentials. Once you […]
  • Quick Start Guide for Site Administrators of Single Sign-On (SSO) Wolfram Unlimited Programs Read this article in: 日本語 Below is information to help you get users started with Wolfram products through your single sign-on (SSO) Wolfram Unlimited Program. To view the list of products available through your site license or manage it online, visit the Wolfram User Portal. You can access your license by clicking My Site Programs […]
  • What data will be passed along to Wolfram when my organization adds single sign-on (SSO) access to the site license? Read this article in: 日本語 Organizations that have enabled single sign-on (SSO) access for their Wolfram product site licenses must provide the following data to configure SSO: The Identity Provider (IDP) server metadata (either a public URL or the file itself in XML format) The URL that the users should be redirected to for sign-in […]
  • What are the requirements to add single sign-on (SSO) access to a Wolfram product site license? Read this article in: Deutsch, Español, Français, 日本語, 中文 Single sign-on (SSO) access allows individuals to log in with their institutional credentials to request and gain access to relevant Wolfram products. Wolfram currently supports SSO access for: Mathematica|Online Wolfram|Alpha Pro Mathematica | Desktop Wolfram|Alpha Notebook Edition SSO can also be used to access Wolfram services […]
  • How do I change the email address associated with my Wolfram ID? The Wolfram ID is the personal email address you registered with Wolfram Research to access your Wolfram products and systems. You can change the email address and thereby your Wolfram ID, if desired.
  • What are Mathematica 12.2 system requirements? Hardware Specifications Processor: x86-64 compatible CPU Disk Space: 19 GB System Memory (RAM): 4 GB+ recommended Internet Access: Required in order to use online data sources from the Wolfram Knowledgebase. Available Platforms Windows macOS Linux   Microsoft Windows 64-bit Windows 10* ✓ Windows Server 2019 ✓ Windows Server 2016* ✓ * The minimum version supported […]
  • What are the System Modeler 12.2 system requirements? Hardware Specifications Processor: x86-64 compatible CPU Disk Space: 2 GB System Memory (RAM): 4 GB Available Platforms Windows macOS Linux Available Languages English Japanese Microsoft Windows 64-bit Windows 10 ✓ * The minimum version supported is version 1709. System Modeler requires Microsoft Visual Studio to be installed. Visual C++ Build Tools can be installed for […]
  • Can I sign into Wolfram websites or cloud products using my organization-issued email and credentials? Read this article in: 日本語 If your organization has made single sign-on (SSO) available for Wolfram sites, any websites where you are prompted to sign in with a Wolfram ID will give you the option to sign in with your organization login. This includes the following: Wolfram Cloud (including Mathematica Online) Wolfram|Alpha Pro Wolfram User […]
  • What are the Wolfram Finance Platform 3.2 system requirements? Hardware Specifications Processor: Intel Pentium Dual-Core or equivalent Disk Space: 14 GB System Memory (RAM): 2 GB+ recommended Internet Access: Required in order to use online data sources from the Wolfram Knowledgebase. Microsoft Windows 32-bit 64-bit Windows 10 ✓ ✓ Windows 8.1 ✓ ✓ Windows 7 Platform Update ✓ ✓ Windows Server 2019   ✓ […]

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