Applications are services (e.g. VPN or web application) that you want to protect with LoginTC. They allow you to reuse the same LoginTC tokens for a particular LoginTC Domain across multiple services with their own policies.
See the Applications Connector Upgrade Guide page for more information about how to upgrade your connectors to use Applications.
To add an Application
You may be prompted to select a Domain to associate with the Application if you have more than one domain:
To retrieve the Application ID:
To retrieve the Application API Key:
To modify the Application Name or Type:
To change an Applications’s Domain:
Now users must have tokens for the new Domain in order to access the Application. Changing the Domain of an Application does not revoke and user tokens.
An Application Attribute is shown to the user with the LoginTC application when approving a request:
To add an Application Attribute:
Policies allow administrators to dictate how and when users authenticate for a particular application.
There are three types of policies:
The Organization Policy applies to the entire LoginTC Organization and is the default Policy when Application Policy and Group Policies are not present.
The Application Policy applies to all users authenticating to an Application. It overrides the Organization Policy.
The Group Policy applies to specific group of users authentication to an Application. It overrides both Organization Policy and Application Policy. Group Policies are in priority order. If a user is part of multiple groups, then the first Group Policy found will be the one applied.
For more information on Policies see the Policies Guide.