On the Use Cases tab, select what you plan to use PingFederate Bridge to do.

PingOne SSO

Select this option and click Next if you want to enable single sign-on with PingOne for Enterprise and your configured identity store. For more information about using PingOne SSO, see SSO with PingOne in the PingOne for Enterprise Administration Guide.


If you have not connected to an LDAP directory, the system configures test user accounts.

Optionally, you can enable Kerberos authentication (if you are using Active Directory). You can also enable user provisioning. To do this, select Additional SSO Features, and click Begin. After you have finished the Kerberos and provisioning configuration, you will be returned to the Use Cases tab.


Select this option and click Next if you want to configure PingFederate Bridge to integrate with a RADIUS server to support PingID multi-factor authentication through your virtual private network. When you select this option, a Begin button appears. Click Begin.

For more information about using PingID VPN, see Integrate PingID with your VPN/Remote access system in the PingID Administration Guide.