Configure SalesHood SSO using Ping Identity

This guide includes detailed steps on how to configure your SalesHood instance Single Sign-On with PingOne Identity Provider.

Getting Started with Ping

Login to your PingIdentity account as an Administrator

Create SalesHood App in PingIdentity

  • From the Left Hand menu, go to the Connections
  • Select the Applications
  • Click “+” to add the web app
  • Choose the WEB APP in the Application Type
  • Select SAML
  • Click Configure
  • Name the Application – SalesHood
  • Provide the app description (optional)
  • Add icon to the app (optional)
  • Click Next

Configure SAML Connection

  • Choose the Manually Enter option to add the configs
  • In the ACS URLs > enter this URL https://{yourcompany}
    • Example:
  • Download the Signing Certificate (you will need to send this to SalesHood Support for internal configuration)
  • In the Entity ID > enter this URL https://{yourcompany}
    • Example:
  • Assertion Validity Duration > enter 60
  • Leave the other options as it is
  • Click Save and Continue

Attribute Mapping

  • Click +Add Attribute > select PingOne Attribute
  • Add Email Address
    • From the drop-down list select Email Address
    • In the Application Attribute > Type “email”
    • Check Required box
  • Add Given Name
    • From the drop-down list select Given Name
    • In the Application Attribute > Type “First Name”
  • Click Save and Close

Adding Users

This steps involves adding users in the SalesHood app

From the Global Menu > Select Identities

The users can be added within the app via Users or Groups

  • Click on the +Add Users
  • In the Given Name > enter the name of the user
  • In the Username > enter user’s email
  • Click Save

Sending the Metadata and SignOn URL to SalesHood

In this last step, all you need to do is Download the X.509 Certificate (Signing Certificate) and Copy the Single Sign-on URL and send it to Steps below:

  1. Click on the SalesHood Application > Configuration
  2. Click Download button to download the Metadata (X.509 Certificate)
  3. Copy the Single SignOn Service URL

Once we receive these credentials from you, we will configure the SSO settings for your instance on our end and the SSO powered by Ping will be implemented successfully.

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