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Login & Navigation on Asite

This article explains how to login and navigate to Asite.

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Asite helps businesses share information with their partners, customers, and suppliers in a secure environment over the cloud.

How do I create an account with Asite?

To create an account with Asite, go to Asite Login screen, click on 'Don't have an Account?', enter your details as required and submit.

Our team will respond to you in next some time, informing you if your account was created or not, along-with relevant details. If not, we may ask you for additional information required to setup your Asite account.


Logging in to your Asite account

Below are the steps describing how users registered on Asite can login to their account:

1. Open a web browser and go to https://www.asite.com.

2. Click on 'Log In' button at top right.

3. There are different login options available on Asite as mentioned below. Click on a relevant link to continue:


Cloud Login

Choose the relevant cloud - Asite Cloud / Asite US Gov. Cloud (Hosted in AWS GovCloud (US) / Asite UAE Cloud / Asite KSA Cloud / Asite Canada Cloud / Asite Hong Kong Cloud and enter your login details i.e. your registered email address and your Asite account password.
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Just in case you don't remember the password for your account, you always have an option to click on 'Forgot Password?' link (as seen in above screenshot) and reset your password by following the instructions on screen.

If you haven't registered with Asite yet, click here for detailed help on how to create an account with Asite.


Single Sign-On

If your account demands or is configured to use Single Sign-On, click on 'Use Single Sign-On (SSO)' option available at the bottom of login screen.

It will open Single Sign-On screen as shown below:

To login using Single Sign-On, choose the relevant cloud - Asite Cloud / Asite US Gov. Cloud (Hosted in AWS GovCloud (US) / Asite UAE Cloud / Asite KSA Cloud / Asite Canada Cloud / Asite Hong Kong Cloud - as applicable, then enter your registered email address for login.
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The ability for single sign on via WebApp outside organization network can be enabled after engaging with the Asite Professional and Infrastructure teams.

You can switch back to Cloud Login option by clicking on 'Use Cloud Login' link from the Single Sign-On screen as well.

As an additional security, you can also choose to use Secondary Authentication.

If you haven't registered with Asite yet, click here for detailed help on how to create an account with Asite.


Secondary Authentication

If 'Secondary Authentication' is enabled for your user account, you will need to

enter a separate authentication code every time you are logging in on Asite. In case

you need to enable 'Secondary Authentication' for your account, drop us an email with required details - your registered email address and the name of organization you are associated with.

A one-time authentication code would be sent instantly to your registered email address after you have entered your login credentials and clicked on 'Login' button, and needs to be entered on the next screen that appears right after - within a limited time period of 5 minutes.

In case you are unable to receive the one-time authentication code or enter the code in the mentioned time period, you can enter your login credentials and try again.


4. Click on 'Login' button after entering required details. If the password entered was incorrect or in case you are unable to login, follow required instructions as mentioned on your screen.

5. If the login was successful , you will be navigated to the 'Dashboard' area.

If logging in to Asite for the very first time, you will be required to accept terms and conditions before proceeding further.

6. Users who have been timed out due to session timeout limit will be able to input their credentials and continue from the same screen they were last positioned within the Asite web application.


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