What is federated login for LastPass?
Federated login integrates an Identity Provider with a service provider (in this case, LastPass) so that when a user is authenticated into the Identity Provider, they will also be logged into the service provider. In terms of LastPass, this means the need for using a separate master password is eliminated for users with federated login.
Note: This feature is only available for LastPass Business accounts. What type of LastPass business account do I have?
Restriction: LastPass directory integrations have limitations, including the use of different directory instances and/or multi-domain & multi-forest configurations. Learn more about federated login limitations.
LastPass offers federated login for the following Identity Providers:
- Active Directory (AD FS) simplified– If desired, the original version of the instructions is also available
- Azure Active Directory
- Okta (without an authorization server)
- Okta (hybrid configuration)
- Okta (with authorization server)
- Google Workspace