Use claims from externally validated tokens in authorization policies
With your API gateway integration, you can now use external providers, such as PingFederate, to manage access token validation. This allows you to use claims, from externally validated tokens passed in decision requests, in your custom policies. For more information, see API services.
New PingOne RADIUS gateway
PingOne RADIUS gateway connector
Unlock an MFA device
Advanced attribute mapping for resources
Unified login for PingOne
User experience updates for user management
Kerberos authentication from Microsoft 365 applications
Sync summary enhancements
For inbound and outbound provisioning, we've added some new information to the Sync Summary page. The Sync Summary page shows details about any sync operations to and from external identity stores. For more information, see Viewing sync status.
Configure follow referrals for LDAP directories
You can now configure follow referrals when setting up an LDAP gateway. This option can give you more flexibility when setting up an LDAP gateway. For more information, see Adding an LDAP gateway.
PingOne trial experience enhancements
LDAP Gateway now handles ms-DS-ConsistencyGuid
For more information, see Adding Microsoft 365 to PingOne.
PingOne LDAP gateway can now connect to Active Directory without connection security
PingOne now allows you to configure a connection to Active Directory without connection security. The Active Directory connection security defaults to TLS, but you can configure the connection security as None.
You can use this feature for initial configuration or proof of concepts, but for production environments, we recommend using TLS security. Also, if you configure no security, you won’t be able to issue password change requests to Active Directory.
For more information, see Adding an LDAP gateway.