How do I convert an existing LastPass user to a federated (Azure AD, Okta, Google Workspace, PingOne, or OneLogin) user?
As a best practice, it is recommended that you inform your non-federated users when their account will be converted to a federated status, as those users who are actively logged in to LastPass while their account is being migrated will be logged out once the migration process is complete. Once logged out, all newly federated users will be required to use their Azure AD, Okta, Google Workspace, PingOne, or OneLogin account in order to log in to LastPass from now on. Additionally, an email notification is automatically sent to newly federated users that contains instructions for their new login experience going forward.
- Users can only be converted to a federated user if they are synchronized from Azure AD, Okta, Google Workspace, PingOne, or OneLogin – this means they must be assigned to the LastPass application in Azure AD, Okta, Google Workspace, PingOne, or OneLogin.
- If an existing (non-federated) LastPass Business user account has linked a personal account before they are migrated, the personal account will be unlinked during the migration process. Once complete, the newly federated user can log in and link their personal account again.
- All federated users must always log in using a LastPass component (i.e., web browser extension, desktop app, or mobile app) in order to be redirected to your organization's Identity Provider (Azure AD, Okta, Google Workspace, PingOne, or OneLogin) sign in page. This means that logging in to the online vault via the website at https://lastpass.com/?ac=1 does not support federated login.
Step #1: Set up federated login for LastPass using Azure AD, Okta, Google Workspace, PingOne, or OneLogin
Follow the instructions that apply to you:
- Set Up Federated Login for LastPass Using Azure Active Directory
- Set Up Federated Login for LastPass Using Okta With an Authorization Server
- Set Up Federated Login for LastPass using Google Workspace
- Set Up Federated Login for LastPass using PingOne
- Set Up Federated Login for LastPass Using OneLogin
Step #1.5: Sync all users to your LastPass Business account
If there are users that already have an existing personal LastPass account (using their company email address) but they are not yet listed in your company's account, you will need to sync those users first, then the user will activate their LastPass Business account so that it is ready to be converted to use federated login.
Once synced, the end user can join their existing personal account with your company's account by clicking the activation link in their Welcome email.
The next time the user logs in to LastPass, they will be associated with your company's account and are ready to be converted to use federated login.
Step #2: Select the users you want to convert in the Admin Console
- Log in to the Admin Console at https://admin.lastpass.com/.
- Go to .
- You can use the Search field or Filter users option to filter and select individual users.
- Select the users you want to add to Federated Login.
- Click More actions, then select Enable federated login.
Step #3: Selected users must log in to re-encrypt their vault with their Azure AD, Okta, Google Workspace, PingOne, or OneLogin
- The user logs in with their existing username and master password via the LastPass browser extension only.
- Upon logging in to LastPass, the user is redirected to their Azure AD, Okta, Google Workspace, PingOne, or OneLogin (Identity Provider) sign in page where they must sign in with their Active Directory account for their Identity Provider.
- A progress bar is displayed to indicate that the user's LastPass vault is being re-encrypted with their Azure AD, Okta, Google Workspace, PingOne, or OneLogin account.
- Once complete, the user must log in again (using the LastPass web browser extension).
- The user is redirected to their company's federated login page (Identity Provider sign-in page), where they can finish signing in to LastPass using their Azure AD, Okta, Google Workspace, PingOne, or OneLogin account credentials.
Step #4: Check federated user statuses in new Admin Console
You can return to the new Admin Console to oversee the progress of your federated user migration by following the instructions here.
- To see your end user's experience, please see Federated Login Experience for LastPass Business Users.
- For additional help with troubleshooting, please see Troubleshooting Federated Login for Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS).