We don't use tableau online so I may be talking out of my hat, but our embedded dashboards have a pop up screen that asks users for their login credentials before it allows them to see the viz.
I'd envisage that your licenses would probably work in the same manner.
In terms of access control, this is done via the web interface screen, where you set users and groups, so that different sets of users would have access to different visualisations.
Thank you for your response, In Tableau Server, I used to generate a token for each user who login to the web application and without any pop-up/login request we allowed user to access the visualization.
But Online is restricted with user and trying to see how to make them to access the visualization with just web application login(making second login is user inconvenience, feel).
I also have the same issue with user authentication. have you found any solution to solve this issue if so help me to achieve
Hi Dinesh Kumar S R,
You can choose the authentication settings for access to your site, as well as how users interact with embedded views, via the Settings > Authentication menu:
If you have a non-Tableau Identity Provider (i.e. SSO w/ SAML) you can choose to use that authentication option for embedded views too.
You will find the "Default authentication type for embedded views" section further down, which will allow you to apply that auth setting for when a user signs in to Online in an embedded context.
Note that a user may still need to explicitly sign in to site within the frame used to render the view. A brief explanation for this behavior is available here: