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Connecting to your Enterprise SSO apps
Connecting to your Enterprise SSO apps

Making the initial connection to an SSO app

Ashley Hyman avatar
Written by Ashley Hyman
Updated over a week ago


โ€‹HERE'S WHY

Connecting enterprise SSO allows you and your team to access Drata through your preferred identity provider.

BEFORE DIVING IN

  • Make sure you have admin access to your company's SSO account. Supported apps include: Okta, Auth0, Google, SAML, Azure, ADFS, JumpCloud, onelogin, PingFederate, vmware, PingOne, and OpenID

  • You must have an Identity Provider (IdP) connected to Drata first, before making an SSO connection for sign-in. All Drata logins, including admins, are enforced by and restricted to what syncs from the IdP. If you connect SSO before an IdP, you will be locked out of Drata. In that case, please reach out to our Technical Support team for assistance in restoring account access.

HERE'S HOW

Follow these instructions to connect SSO to Drata:

1. Click on your company's name in the lower left corner.

2. Click "Connections" from that menu.

3. Click "Connect" for Single Sign-On.

A drawer will expand from the right side of the screen. Follow the prompts on the drawer. You will be directed to the WorkOS page where you will follow the instructions to complete the connection.
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Make sure to follow the exact steps. You will have to login as an Admin within your SSO provider.

Click on your provider.

Then follow the steps, to configure SSO with that provider. Once you are done with all of the steps, you'll be directed back to Drata (click 'Back to Drata') and your SSO account should successfully connect.

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