With the Dashlane Safari extension, SSO isn’t available at this time due to Apple limitations. You can use self-hosted or Confidential SSO on a different browser like Chrome, Firefox, or Edge.
You can integrate Dashlane with your Identity Provider using the Dashlane Confidential SSO configuration.
Dashlane will guide you through the steps to set up SSO with Confidential SSO in the Admin Console. Follow these steps to start the process:
- Select the Dashlane D icon in your browser’s toolbar and enter your admin Master Password if prompted. In the extension pop-up, select More and then Open the Admin Console.
- Select Settings and then select Single sign-on.
- Select Set up Confidential SSO.
Important: SCIM provisioning and Microsoft Conditional Access on mobile devices aren't supported by Confidential SSO. If you want any of these features, set up SSO with self-hosted SSO instead. After you set up Confidential SSO, you can’t switch to self-hosted.
More about this limitation with Microsoft Conditional Access
More about the Dashlane Safari extension
More about the difference between self-hosted and Confidential SSO
- Follow the steps in the Admin Console. If you’re not sure how to create a new SSO application with your Identity Provider, visit that provider’s Help Center:
Azure AD | Okta | Google Workspace | Jumpcloud
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FAQ about Dashlane Confidential SSO
What is Dashlane Confidential SSO?
You have two configuration options when you integrate Dashlane with your Identity Provider: Dashlane Confidential SSO and self-hosted SSO. Your choice depends on how you want to set up your encryption service, which is an added layer of security that we require for SSO.
How does Dashlane Confidential SSO work and is it secure?
Dashlane Confidential SSO protects the privacy of your plan members and reduces the number of attack surfaces to protect customers from theft, data breaches, or cyberattacks.
It uses secure enclaves, which are used to process sensitive data in the cloud using a technique called confidential computing. The contents of the enclave, including the data being processed and the methods used to handle it, are secure in a secluded and isolated environment, significantly reducing the attack surface and mitigating risks of unauthorized access when members access Dashlane or use it with their other applications. This further protects and securely processes highly sensitive data.
Can I set up SCIM with Dashlane Confidential SSO?
SCIM provisioning is not currently supported by Confidential SSO. If you want SCIM, set up SSO with self-hosted SSO instead.
Can I switch to self-hosted after I set up Dashlane Confidential SSO?
You can’t switch to self-hosted after you set up Confidential SSO. Before setting up Confidential SSO, make sure it meets your organization’s needs.