I believe that the trial is the full version of TS, it just expires.
Within 10.0, mixed authentications is not permitted. In other words, you can't have SAML on one site and AD integration on another site. But I think this may be something that they are working on.
Thank you Jeff.
Is Site-Specific SAML-Based Authentication supported in Tableau Server v10 or Tableau Online v10 or both?
These links seem to suggest it is supported in Tableau Online v10. In my project, we are planning to use Tableau Server, so if you could please confirm whether it is supported in Tableau Server or not, that would be great.
yes, site specific SAML is supported.
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Site-Specific SAML is supported in both Tableau Server and Tableau Online. The article you linked is specific for Tableau Online. Here is the guide for Tableau Server:
What Jeff said above is correct, the trial version of Tableau Server is the full version, it simply expires once the license reaches the maintenance end date.
Hope that helps!
One addition to Jeff's response, site-specific SAML is currently supported when Local Authentication (versus Active Directory authentication) is the underlying authentication method. See the section entitled "User management requirements" in the SAML Requirements document.
1) Is site specific authentication possible in the latest version of Tableau server? (different authentication mechanism not authentication based on different IdP provider)
Example : If there are 2 sites within Tableau server, can we setup one site with Active Directory Authentication and another site with SAML Authentication using an IdP provider
For Site-specific SAML, the underlying authentication method must be Local authentication. Tableau Server can't be set up to use Active Directory authentication for the scenario you describe. See "Prerequisites for enabling site-specific SAML" here: Configure Site-Specific SAML - Tableau