1. In an "Incognito" (or "Private") browser window, go to the Ping Identity OAuth Configuration Service (OCS).
  2. From the product list, select Slack Connector.
  3. Enter the Client ID and Client Secret that you noted in Registering PingFederate as an app in Slack.

    Screenshot showing the OCS with a client ID and secret entered in.
  4. Click Connect.
  5. In the Sign in to your workspace window, enter the URL for your Slack organization, such as mycompany.enterprise.slack.com. Click Continue.

    Screenshot showing the "Sign in to your workspace" window with the organization ID entered in.
  6. Click Org Owners can also sign in here.

    Screenshot showing the Slack sign on options.
  7. Enter your administrator credentials. Click Sign in.

    Screenshot showing the Slack sign-on prompt with administrator credentials entered in.
  8. When you receive a message that your application is requesting permission, check that the request is for the organization. Do NOT select a Workspace from the Please select an option list. Click Allow.

    Screenshot showing the Slack permission prompt. The word "organization" is highlighted. The "Please select an option" list does not have a Workplace selected.
  9. On the OAuth Configuration Service page, copy the Access Token.
    You will use the access token in Creating a provisioning connection.

    Screenshot showing the Ping Identity OAuth Configuration Service with a modal window titled "Service Response". The "Access Token" field has an access token string in it.