Get familiar with how PingOne for Enterprise works.
See PingOne for Enterprise overview and its subtopics for information.You can also download the PingOne Security Hardening Guide for security-related best practices.
Register your PingOne for Enterprise account.
See Registering a PingOne for Enterprise account for registration instructions.
Connect to an identity repository.
You can configure a PingOne for Enterprise identity bridge to connect to external identity repositories, or use the PingOne for Enterprise Directory as your identity repository. See Connecting to an identity repository for instructions.
Assign the administrative users for your account.
Administration of your PingOne for Enterprise account is role-based. See Assign administrative roles for more information.
- Add groups for your users.
Add applications for your users.
See Managing applications for information and refer to the relevant subtopic to add the applications.
Add an authentication policy.
The authentication policy can be applied when users or administrators single sign-on (SSO), and for applications using SAML connections. You have the option of using PingID to apply a secondary level of authentication (multi-factor authentication). See Authenticating users for information and its subtopics for instructions.
Manage the certificates to use for your account.
See Certificate management for information and its subtopics for instructions.
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.The corporate logo is displayed when users sign on to PingOne for Enterprise. See Assign branding and design for logon and SSO for more information.
Configure the PingOne for Enterprise Directory dock.
For more information, see Configuring the dock when using an identity bridge or Configure the dock when using PingOne for Enterprise Directory.Go to Assign branding and design for more information.to configure branding and design settings for the dock. See
If you're using PingOne for Enterprise Directory, go to to configure branding for additional user-facing pages.
For more information, see Assign directory branding and designs.