Configuring PingIdentity SAML2.0


Below information is needed to configure OneLogin to sign in users into FilesAnywhere using SAML:


<Update Client Web app URL>



<Update ClientID here>


<Update Company code here>


Your PingIdentity Administrator needs to configure FilesAnywhere application as Trusted application as per below steps.  Also you will need to request for FilesAnywhere to enable the single sign-on functionality. They will need the SAML HTTP Endpoint and the SAML Metadata XML.

Things to note:

  • Replace <<CLIENTID>> with your Client ID, I.E. 1324
  • Replace <<WEBURL>> with your Site URL, I.E.
  • Replace <<COMPANYCODE>> with your Site Company Code, I.E. MYACCT
  • Replace any instance below of 2217 with your Client ID, I.E. 1324


PingIdentity Setup

  1. Login to your PingIdentity administration account.
  2. In PingIdentity, navigate to Applications > My Applications and Click Add Application->New SAML Application.


  3. In the Application Details section fill up the required attributes and Press Continue to Next Step.

  4. In the Application Configuration update fields as per below table and Click Continue to Next Step.


Field Name

Field Value

Product Version

SAML v 2.0

Assertion Consumer Service (ACS)


Entity ID

Application URL


Signing Algorithm



  1. Update SSO Attribute Mapping as per below table where ClientID needs to be map with <<CLIENTID>> and Click on Save & Publish:



  • ClientID attribute mapping value should be set to your Client ID.
  • 'As Literal' check box should be checked for the ClientID attribute.



  1. Under Review Setup collect below details and provide it to FilesAnywhere to enable the SSO for your account and Click Finish:
    1. Initiate Single Sign On (SSO) URL
    2. Single Sign On (SSO) Relay State
    3. Download Certificate



  1. In this step you will need to request FilesAnywhere to turn on Single Sign-on for your account and click here to submit information
    1. Information collected in step # 6:
      1. Initiate Single Sign On (SSO) URL
      2. Single Sign On (SSO) Relay State
      3. Download Certificate



Login page

Once the Integration is enabled by FilesAnywhere, you will see the SSO button on your login page. Using Use Company Credentials button users can input Ping Identity credential and login into FilesAnywhere.


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