1. Go to System > PingOne for Enterprise Settings.
  2. Configure the PingOne for Enterprise integration settings. For more information, see the following table.
    Field Description
    Enable Single Sign-On from PingOne to the PingFederate Administrative Console Toggles the ability to sign on to the administrative console using the PingOne admin portal credentials.
    Enable Monitoring of PingFederate from PingOne Toggles the ability to monitor your PingFederate server (or servers in a clustered environment) from the PingOne admin portal
    Rotate Key Update the authentication key that PingFederate uses to communicate with PingOne for Enterprise.
    Note: Periodic rotation can ensure optimal security of your environment.
    Note: PingFederate also automatically rotates the signing certificate used by the managed service provider (SP) connection. For more information, see Managed SP connection to PingOne for Enterprise and signing certificate.
    Launch PingOne Admin Portal Use to access the PingOne admin portal.
    Disconnect from PingOne Use to disconnect PingFederate from your PingOne account.

    This is applicable if you have made changes that you should not propagate to your PingOne for Enterprise account.

    For instance, you have two PingFederate environments, testing and production. The production PingFederate server is configured with a managed SP connection to PingOne for Enterprise, but the PingFederate test server is not. You have just exported a configuration archive from the production server and imported it to the test server. As soon as the configuration archive is imported, the administrative console prompts you to decide whether to update PingOne for Enterprise or to disconnect from PingOne for Enterprise. In this example, you should disconnect the test server from PingOne for Enterprise so that nothing is uploaded to your PingOne for Enterprise account from the test server.

  3. Save your configuration.