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Okta provides cloud software that helps companies manage their employees' passwords, by providing a “single sign-on” experience.

Parameters

  1. Okta URL (required) - The hostname or IP address of the Okta server. This field format is '[instance].okta.com'.
  2. Okta API Key (required) - An API key, created in the admin panel. For details, see Creating an API Token in Okta.
  3. HTTPS Proxy (optional, default: empty) - A proxy to use when connecting to the value supplied in Okta URL.
    • If supplied, Axonius will utilize the proxy when connecting to the value supplied in Okta URL.
    • If not supplied, Axonius will connect directly to the value supplied in Okta URL.
  4. Number of parallel requests (required, default: 75) - Specify the maximum parallel requests that will be created when connecting to the value supplied in Okta URL.
  5. For details on the common adapter connection parameters and buttons, see Adding a New Adapter Connection.

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Advanced Settings

  1. Email domain whitelist (optional, default: empty) - specify a comma-separated list of email domains.
    • If supplied, all connections for this adapter will only fetch users whose email domain is in the specified list.
    • If not supplied, all connections for this adapter will fetch all users.
  2. Fetch users apps (required, default: True)
    • If enabled, all connections of this adapter will also fetch information on users application.
    • If disabled, all connections of this adapter will not fetch information on users application.
  3. Fetch users groups (required, default: True) - Select whether to fetch users groups.
    • If enabled, all connections of this adapter will also fetch users groups details.
    • If disabled, all connections of this adapter will not fetch users groups details.
  4. Fetch users authentication factors (required, default: False)
    • If enabled, all connections of this adapter will also fetch users authentication factors.
    • If disabled, all connections of this adapter will not fetch users authentication factors.
  5. Time in seconds to sleep between each request (optional, default: empty) - Specify sleeping time in seconds between each API request Axonius sends to Okta.
    • If supplied, all connections for this adapter will use the specified time between API requests Axonius sends to this adapter.
    • If not supplied, all connections for this adapter will have no sleep time between API requests Axonius sends to this adapter.
  6. Fetch logs (required, default: True) - Select whether to fetch information about user's log events, that include details such as: IP address, browser, OS type.
    • If enabled, all connections of this adapter will also fetch information on users' log events.
    • If disabled, all connections of this adapter will not fetch information on users log events.

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NOTE

For details on general advanced settings under the Adapter Configuration tab, see Adapter Advanced Settings.

Creating an API Token in Okta

To create an API key:

  1. Go to the admin panel and click on API and then on Tokens.

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  2. Click Create Token, and choose a token with Okta API type.
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  3. On the pop-up, type a new name for the token and click Create Token.
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  4. Copy the token value and save it on a secure location (you will need it later on when configuring the adapter).
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