Organizations often manage their user identities in a central location, so that they can access various services using the same user base, a process known as Single Sign On (SSO). OneLogin is a cloud-based identity and access management tool for businesses and organizations.
Here's how how to configure your OneLogin to sign in to your Deel account.
In this article you will find:
Before You begin
Before you start the set up process, make sure you have the following permissions:
OneLogin : You must have admin rights
Deel: You must be an Org Admin, IT Developer Admin, or Integrations Admin-People to set up this integration.
How to create an OIDC application on OneLogin
To integrate OneLogin SSO with your Deel account, you will first need to login to your OneLogin administrator account and follow these steps.
Please make sure you save the unique Client ID, Domain Name, and Client Secret keys you'll be provided with in order to finish the configuration!
✅ Step 1 – Create a OneLogin Account
If you don't already have a OneLogin account, you can easily sign up for a free 30 day trial.
✅ Step 2 – Select the OneLogin Applications tab on the upper bar
✅ Step 3 – Click Add App
✅ Step 4 – Type OIDC in the Search bar (1) and click (2) Openid Connect (OIDC)
✅ Step 5 – Add a Display Name and click Save
You can also and a description for the application if needed
✅ Step 6 – Select the SSO tab on the dashboard
Copy the Client ID, Client Secret, and the Issuer URL.
You will need to click "Show Client Secret" to see it.
Save this information is a safe place that you'll be able to access!
✅ Step 7 – Change the Authentication Method to None (PKCE)
✅ Step 8 – Click Save
✅ Step 9 – Select the Configuration tab on the dashboard
✅ Step 10 – Enter the following in the Redirect URI box:
✅ Step 11 – Enter your URL or login in the Post Logout Redirect URI's box
✅ Step 12 – Click Save
Connecting OneLogin to your Deel Account
✅ Step 1 – Select the Organization Settings tab on your Dashboard
✅ Step 2 – Click Add in the Customized Subdomain box
✅ Step 3 – Choose your Custom Domain Name and click Continue
✅ Step 4 – Turn on the Require Users to Sign In Using OneLogin toggle
✅ Step 5 – Enter your Client ID, Domain Name, and Client Secret
The Client ID, Domain, and Client Secret keys were provided to you when you created the OIDC application on Onelogin.
If you need to create an OIDC application, click here
✅ Step 5 – Click Continue
✅ Step 6 – Customize the interface of your subdomain
You can upload a logo, and select a primary color and secondary color for the interface.
Then click Continue
✅ Step 7 – Confirm your subdomain by clicking the I agree box
The monthly payment of subdomains must be assigned to a particular group in your organization.
You can select a group from the dropdown menu.
✅ Step 8 – Click Deploy
When you return to your Settings tab, you will see your Customized Subdomain listed!
You can click on the blue garbage bin icon to delete, or the pencil to make changes.
See Who Can Access the OneLogin SSO
✅ Step 1 – Log in to OneLogin and select the Applications tab
✅ Step 2 – Click the Users tab on the Dashboard
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