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PingOne MFA Integration Kit

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To allow PingFederate to communicate with PingOne, create a connection.

Connecting PingFederate 10.3 or later to PingOne

Create a connection between PingFederate and PingOne. In PingFederate 10.3 and later, you can use this connection for all PingFederate components that communicate with PingOne.

Note:

If you already have a connection from PingOne to PingFederate, ensure that the Identity admin and Environment admin roles are enabled. Skip the steps below.

  1. Create credentials in PingOne:
    1. On the PingOne administrative console, go to Integrations > PingFederate and click the + icon.
    2. On the Create Connection Profile window, enter a connection name, then click Save.
    3. After the New Credential Created window opens, click Copy To Clipboard, then Done.
  2. Use the credentials to create a connection in PingFederate:
    1. On the PingFederate administrative console, go to System > External Systems > PingOne Connections and click + Add Connection.
    2. On the Add Connection window, paste the credential information in the Paste The Credential Here field.
    3. In the Connection Name field, enter a unique name and click Save.

Connecting PingFederate 10.1 or earlier to PingOne

In PingOne, create a set of credentials for PingFederate. For PingFederate 10.1 and earlier, you must enter these credentials in each PingFederate component that communicates with PingOne.

  1. On the PingOne administrative console, go to Applications > Applications and click the + icon.
  2. On the Add Application window, enter a unique Application Name.
  3. In the Application Type list, select Worker, then Save.
  4. On the Roles tab, click Grant Roles, then select the Identity Data Administrator check box for the environment.
  5. On the Overview or Configuration tab, note the Client ID, Client Secret, and Environment ID.

    You'll use these credentials in Configuring an adapter instance.

  6. Click the toggle at the top of the application to activate it.