Dashlane Business and our most requested feature, single sign-on (SSO), is now available for new customers. With SSO, users can sign into Dashlane using their enterprise credentials. Before enabling the Dashlane SSO on your Business plan, please review the limitations of the feature listed below.
- Single sign-on (SSO) is currently only available for new Dashlane Business plan customers. We are working hard to create a migration path for current customers, keep an eye on your Dashlane e-mails for the announcement coming later this year!
- Dashlane Business plan is required to enable SSO. Dashlane Team does not support enabling SSO.
- All admins must be designated before enabling SSO—you will not be able to add or demote admins after enabling SSO while SSO is in Preview.
- Admins will still be required to use a Master Password to log in on all Dashlane platforms.
- Dashlane SSO users who leave the Business plan will lose access to all accounts in both the personal and business space.
- Offline access—SSO login is required to access your Dashlane vault. Offline access is only available if biometrics is enabled for the mobile app.
- The desktop app is not compatible with SSO. Review our Desktop and web app feature comparison page to learn more.
- Support for more identity providers—Azure AD, OKTA, G-Suite and more.
- The ability to promote and demote admins.
- The ability to migrate current users to use SSO instead of a Master Password.
- Support for the Safari extension.
- Password import wizard.
- Access to the Identity Dashboard and Dark Web Monitoring in the web app.