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Configure SCIM provisioning for Okta

Before you start  

The SCIM provisioning for Okta guide is written for administrators and assumes familiarity with Okta, basic identity management concepts, and the SCIM standard.  

Learn more: Prerequisites and supported actions 

How to configure SCIM provisioning for Okta  

  1. Sign in to Okta with your admin account and open the Okta admin interface. 
  2. Select Applications from the Applications menu on the left.
  3. Click Browse App Catalog on the Applications page.
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  4. Enter ‘SCIM 2.0 Test App Oath Bearer Token’ in the search box and click to select.
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  5. Click Add Integration on the SCIM 2.0 Test App (Oath Bearer Token) page.
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  6. On the 'General Settings' tab, enter the name for the label that will display under the app on your home page. 
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  7. Define the way users sign in to your integration from “Sign-On Options”.
    1. Sign-on methods: Select Secure Web Authentication 
    2. Credential Details: Leave the 'Application username format' as Okta username.
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    3. Click Done.
  8. On the Provisioning tab, click Configure API Integration.
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    1. Select Enable API Integration
    2. In the OAuth Bearer Token box enter the SCIM secret token generated from the SCIM Token. 
    3. Uncheck Import Groups.
    4. Click Test API Credentials.
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    5. After a successful verification, click Save.
  9. The Provisioning tab now shows additional options in the menu on the left. Click To App then Edit to enable user operations for your SCIM integrations. 
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  10. On the Provisioning tab, scroll down to Attribute Mappings and set the mandatory attributes. Learn moreMandatory and optional attribute mappings with Eptura
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  11. Optional attributes: Set optional attributes if required. Learn moreMandatory and optional attribute mappings with Eptura

The preferredLanguage attribute must support ISO 639-1 format. 

  1. Remove any optional attribute mappings not required by clicking the X to the right. 
Additional attributes

Additional attributes can be added if required.

  1. Click Go to Profile Editor.
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  2. Click Add Attribute.
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  3. Enter the details for the new attribute and click Save.
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  4. Click Mappings to add mapping for newly added attribute.scim prov okta 14b.png
  5. Map the new SCIM attribute to Okta and click Save Mappings when done.
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