Thycotic Secret Server
Protect your privileged accounts with our enterprise-grade solution
Secret Server is a surprisingly easy-to-use password management tool that enables you to start managing privileged accounts fast. Installation takes just 15 minutes, and you're up and running. A perfect solution for IT teams that don't yet have budget for a larger deployment.
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Get up and running fast with solutions for privileged account discovery, turnkey installation and out-of-the-box auditing and reporting tools.
Scale for Growth
Manage multiple databases, software applications, hypervisors, network devices, and security tools, even in large-scale, distributed environments.
Customize as you like
Create endless customizations with direct control to on-premise and cloud PAM. Work with professional services or use your own experts.
Before you begin:
- Sign up for a Secret Server account.
- Set up a Connection, which is a source of users. Connections can be databases, social identity providers, or enterprise identity providers, and can be shared among different applications. You may set up more than one connection for use with SSO integrations.
Configure Auth0 SSO Integration
Enter a name for your SSO Integration, configure the following settings, and click Save.
|Callback URL||URL to which the user is redirected after login
|Audience||Enter the Service Provider configured in Secret Server: e.g. “SecretServerServiceProvider”|
Configure integration with Secret Server
To configure the integration with Secret Server, follow the steps below with the data shown in the Tutorial view (which will appear when you save the initial configuration settings).
Before start be sure your user has the Administer Configuration SAML assigned. More info in configure permissions.
- Navigate to Admin > Configuration and click the SAML tab.
- Click the Edit button in the SAML General Settings section.
- Click to select the SAML Enabled check box and click the Save button.
- Click the Edit button in the SAML Service Providers section.
- Type a name for your SS service provider, such as SecretServerServiceProvider, in the Name text box.
- Click the Select Certificate link and upload a valid certificate.
- Click the Create New Identity Provider link. An Identity Provider popup appears.
- Select Import IDP from XML Metadata option and select the metadata xml file from Auth0.
For more details, you can follow Secret Server tutorial.
Choose the connections to use with your SSO integration. Users in enabled connections will be allowed to log in to Secret Server. By default, all configured connections are enabled.
- Select the Connections view
- Toggle the sliders next to connection names to enable or disable them.