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This is a guide on integration of Authelia and Jira via the trusted header SSO authentication.

As with all guides in this section it’s important you read the introduction first.

Tested Versions

  • Authelia: v4.35.5
  • Jira: Unknown
  • EasySSO: Unknown

Before You Begin

This example makes the following assumptions:

  • The user accounts with the same names already exist in Jira.
  • You have purchased the third-party plugin from the Atlassian marketplace


To configure Jira to trust the Remote-User and Remote-Email header do the following:

  1. Visit the Easy SSO plugin settings
  2. Under HTTP configure the Remote-User header
  3. Check the Username checkbox

See Also