Page created: 24 Mar 2020 |
Page updated: 17 Aug 2020
All environments managed within PingCentral and connected PingFederate environments display on the Environments page, where you can view and update information about each environment and delete them from PingCentral when you no longer need them.
To add an environment:
- Click Add Environment on the Environments page.
- On the Connect to Instances page, provide your PingFederate or PingAccess admin credentials in the appropriate fields.
- Optional: To skip the verification process, select the Skip Verification option.
- Click Next.
- On the Name Environment page, complete the Name, Short Code, and Description fields.
- Optional: To prevent non-administrators from promoting applications to the environment, select the Protect checkbox.
- Click Save and Continue.
To upload an identity provider certificate for SAML applications, click
Choose and enter the certificate password in
the appropriate field. Click Save and
The environment displays on the Environments page. If you chose to protect the environment, a shield icon displays next to its name.
To view and edit environment information:
Click the expandable icon associated with the environment to view
environment details. You will see:
- A link to PingFederate.
- A description of the environment.
- The total number of applications hosted on this environment and a breakdown of
OAuth/OIDC clients and SAML SP connections. Click these links to
access filtered lists of these applications on the Applications
To edit the environment information, click the pencil icon.
All of the editable information displays on one page. Update it as necessary.
- To update the identity provider certificate used to promote SAML applications, click Choose to upload a new certificate, and then enter the certificate password in the appropriate field.
- Click Save.
- Click the expandable icon associated with the environment to view environment details. You will see:
- To delete an environment from PingCentral, click its associated delete icon.