Use case Description

Changing certificates from SHA-1 to SHA-2 in PingFederate

Use your Java Virtual Machine (JVM) to generate SHA-2 certificates and import them into PingFederate to replace default SHA-1 certificates for better security.

Configuring SSO and SCIM for Uber for Business

To set up single sign-on (SSO) for administrators and coordinators in your organization, create an SP connection in PingFederate and then work with your sales manager or business API support agent to enable SSO.

Connecting Okta as an IdP through SAML to PingFederate as an SP

This solution provides the steps to configure Okta as an identity provider (IdP) and PingFederate as a service provider (SP) using a SAML 2.0 connection for communications. This process doesn’t address single logout (SLO) or provisioning for either side of the single sign-on (SSO) transaction.

Configuring federation with SharePoint server

Create a WS-Federation connection, export the signing certificate, add a trusted identity provider to the SharePoint server, and assign the identity provider to the web application.

Configuring authentication request signing in PingOne for Enterprise

For service provider (SP)-initiated single sign-on (SSO), your identity provider (IdP) or company policy might require signing the SAML authentication request.

Configuring PingOne for Enterprise SSO with PingFederate Bridge as the identity repository

To enable PingOne for Enterprise single sign-on (SSO) using PingFederate Bridge as a new identity repository, use the PingFederate administrative console and the PingOne for Enterprise admin portal. To integrate PingOne for Enterprise SSO with an existing PingFederate configuration, see Connecting to PingOne for Enterprise after initial setup.

Configuring SailPoint IdentityIQ with PingDirectory and PingFederate

This document describes how to integrate PingDirectory and PingFederate with SailPoint IdentityIQ.

Configuring SP-initiated SSO in PingOne for Enterprise

Configure the URL assigned to your application in PingOne for Enterprise to enable service provider (SP)-initiated SSO.

Configuring time synchronization between PingFederate and other servers

Some operations require time synchronization between guest servers and PingFederate. This task describes how to resolve time synchronization errors for various server platforms.

Configuring Workday SSO with PingOne for Enterprise or PingFederate

Learn how to configure Workday SSO with PingOne for Enterprise or PingFederate.

Enabling SCIM provisioning with AWS IAM Identity Center and PingFederate

Learn how to enable automatic provisioning in Amazon Web Services (AWS) IAM Identity Center while integrating with PingFederate using Active Directory (AD) as an external datastore.

Extending a PingFederate authentication session for corporate identifiers

Starting with PingFederate 9.3, you can enable longer validity periods for employee authentication sessions than those for non-corporate users.

Federating PingOne and PingFederate

Link PingOne to PingFederate to log in to PingOne using an account in your PingFederate server.

Federating PingOne and Salesforce

This configuration allows you to sign on to PingOne with a Salesforce account.

Integrating CyberArk with Ping products for SSO and authentication

This guide provides information for configuring a SAML connection to the CyberArk solution from the PingFederate or PingOne for Enterprise single sign-on (SSO) solutions while leveraging PingID for multi-factor authentication (MFA).

Integrating PingOne with 1Password Business for SSO

To allow your users to access their 1Password business accounts using SSO, integrate PingOne SSO with 1Password so that the two services can communicate with each other.

Registering Azure AD devices automatically through PingFederate for Windows 10 devices

Azure AD provides a registered device with an identity and authenticates when the user signs in. Once authenticated, use the device and device attributes to enforce conditional access policies for applications.

Setting up PingFederate session revocation by user identifier

Starting with PingFederate 10.3, you can revoke a user's sessions with their authentication sources by submitting a user identifier, such as the mail or userPrincipalName attribute value.

Setting up Microsoft Exchange 2016 Outlook Web Access (OWA) with PingFederate

Learn how to set up Microsoft Exchange 2016 Outlook Web Access (OWA) with PingFederate.

Setting up SSO with Active Directory

Connect your Active Directory identity repository to Ping products and configure them to authenticate your users through single sign-on (SSO).

Using Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewall with Ping products

Learn how to use Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewall with Ping Products.

Using the PingFederate Authentication API in a DevOps environment

Learn how to configure the PingFederate authentication API and how to get it up and running in Postman.