To configure PingOne for SSO in PingAccess:

  1. In PingOne, create a new connection:
    1. Go to Applications > Applications, and click the + icon.

      The Add Application panel opens.

    2. In the Add Application section, enter the following information:
      • Application name: the PingOne administration console SSO PingAccess (or another name that helps you recognize this connection).
      • Description (Optional): Enter a brief description of this application that distinguishes it from others.
    3. In the Choose Application Type section, select OIDC Web App, and then click Save.
    4. In the application details panel, click the Configuration tab, and then click the Pencil icon.
    5. Locate the Redirect URIs field and enter the appropriate URL.

      For example, https://<FQDNofPAServer>:9000/pa/oidc/cb, where <FQDNofServer> is the machine name or fully qualified domain name of your PingAccess server, such ashttps://localhost:9000/pa/oidc/cb.

    6. Click Save.
    7. Click the Resources tab, and then click the Pencil icon.
    8. In the Scopes list, click or search the Profile scope to add it to the Selected Scopes section.

      A screen capture of the Edit Resources page displaying the email and profile scopes in the list of allowed scopes.
    9. Click Save.
    10. Click the Attribute Mapping tab, and then click the Pencil icon.
    11. Click the + Add button and add the following attribute mappings.
      Attributes PingOne Mapping

      PingFed Admin Roles


    12. Click the Advanced Configurations button.
    13. For the attributes you just mapped, click the Required check box.
    14. Click Save.
  2. To enable the application, click the toggle switch to the on (blue) position.
  3. Add a new PingFederate administrator and define their role and responsibilities.

    If you already added an administrator when you set up SSO to PingFederate (Configuring PingOne, step 5), skip this step.

    1. Go to Directory > Users, and click the + icon.
    2. On the Add User panel, enter a user name for the PingFederate administrator that has the fullAdmin role.
    3. Click Save.
    4. In the user details panel, click the Roles > Administrative Roles tab, and then click the Grant Roles button.
    5. In Available Responsibilities, click PingFederate Administrator and select checkboxes for the organizations and environments where the administrator should have this role.

      A screen capture of the Available responsibilities to grant a user.
    6. Click PingFederate User Administrator and select checkboxes for the organizations and environments where the administrator should have this role.
    7. Click Save.
    8. In the More Options menu (three dots), click Reset Password.
    9. Select Force password reset on next sign on.
    10. Click Save.
  4. Select Applications > Applications and locate the application you created earlier.
  5. Click the application entry to open the details panel.
  6. Click the Configurations tab and review the configuration information.

    You need this configuration property information to configure PingAccess for SSO, so you might want to keep this browser window open.

    A screen capture of the Configurations page, which displays configuration information for an application.

To continue the configuration, see Configuring PingAccess.