Page created: 9 Mar 2023 |
Page updated: 24 Mar 2023
PingOne now unlocks locked Active Directory accounts
When a user account is locked in Active Directory, if the end user resets a password in PingOne through an LDAP Gateway connected to the Active Directory account, PingOne now unlocks the Active Directory account as well. Unlocking the Active Directory account after the user resets a password in PingOne can help reduce support costs. For more information, see Gateways.
LDAP gateway now supports Java 8 and Java 11
In PingOne, the LDAP gateway can run as a standalone Java application or in a Docker container. The standalone Java application now supports Java 8 and Java 11. This new Java compatibility allows customers to upgrade their Java environment. For more information, see Starting a gateway instance.
Pull risk information into authorization policies
Now you can connect PingOne Risk to PingOne Authorize with a few simple steps. The new connector service makes it easier to pull risk information into authorization policies, reducing the configuration required to monitor and analyze device and user activity. For more information, see Connecting to PingOne Risk.
Generate authorization attributes from JSON schemas
Now you can include a JSON schema in an attribute definition and easily generate additional attributes from schema properties. This reduces the time and number of steps required to manage attributes in the Trust Framework. For more information, see Generating an attribute.
Hide an application in the application portal
You can now specify whether an application appears in the application portal in addition to group membership policy. This feature gives you more control over the applications that end users see in the application portal. For more information, see Application access control.
Improved version management
In Version History, now you can more easily track changes to versions over time, including enhanced version naming and more details about what changed in policies and the Trust Framework. For more information, see Version history.
PingOne Risk documentation
The help topics for PingOne Risk have been reorganized so that they are now in a single location under PingOne Services.
PingOne Advanced Services documentation
The PingOne Advanced Services content has been moved to a new location.
Improved attribute mapping for provisioning
To provide a better admin experience when provisioning attribute mappings we've made the following improvements.
- For inbound provisioning, the attribute mapping screen is now split into two tabs: Attribute Mappings and PingOne Onboarding. The PingOne Onboarding tab includes the key attributes related to user onboarding.
- The console now alerts the admin when an attribute is missing or needs to be re-mapped.
- Required and optional attributes are now explicitly labeled.
For more information, see Adding attribute mapping for inbound provisioning.