Setting the basic application details

You must set up the basic application information before configuring the sign-on method.

Before you begin

See Managing your applications.

Procedure

  1. Provide the information that is described in Table 1.
    Table 1 lists the default or common fields. Depending on the application template, more fields might be displayed in this tab.
    Note: If your corporate subscription plan includes Mobile device management, conditional access settings, are available for your configuration.
    Table 1. General tab information
    Information Descriptions
    Settings > Enabled Indicates whether the application is active and available. When enabled, the user can log in to the application. Application is enabled by default.
    Settings > Show on launchpad Indicates whether the application is shown on the launch pad. The default setting is to display all entitled applications. An administrator can choose to hide certain applications to avoid confusion. For example, the administrator might not want to display an application accessed through a mobile device.
    Description

    Description of the application such as its purpose or usage.

    Company Name

    Name of the application service provider.

    Theme The default theme is selected. Click the field to choose another theme if one is available. To create your own theme, see Managing themes.
    Domain Name

    Depending on the target application, this label might vary in application templates.

    Typically, this information is provided when you register an account with the target application. It is usually your organization's name and might be followed with a standard Internet suffix.

    For example:
    • For Microsoft Office 365, it is your federated domain.
    • For Workday, it is your organization tenant.
    You can get this information from the third-party application. Depending on the target application, this information might come from any of the following applicable sources:
    • From the login URL of the target application.
    • On the Single Sign-On configuration page of the target application administration console.

      See Single Sign-on Configuration for instructions on how to access the page.

    The following fields in the Sign-on tab use or require the domain name:
    • Provider ID
    • Assertion Consumer Service URL
    • Service Provider SSO URL
    • Target URL
    Display the following links to the user

    This option is for an Application suite. Select the applications that the user can access from the Verify user homepage.

    It does not affect the application entitlements of the user on the service provider.

  2. Assigning application owners.
  3. Click Save.