Lastpass Azure Ad

The LastPass AD Connector is a configurable, lightweight client that syncs user profiles from your on-premise AD/LDAP to LastPass. When new users are created in your AD, LastPass can automatically provision them with a LastPass account. When users are disabled or deleted, LastPass can automatically disable or terminate their LastPass account. Directory Integrations Integrate with Identity Providers like Microsoft AD, Microsoft Azure, and more for easy onboarding and offboarding to LastPass. Compatibility with existing tech An extensive catalog of app, directory, and API integrations to leverage existing infrastructure, without extra work or cost.

Lastpass Azure Ad Integration

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Import from LastPass. LastPass supports export passwords from a desktop browser only, so ensure you have access to a desktop browser before starting to import passwords. Sign in to the LastPass web site and select Advanced Options, and then select Export. Identify yourself when prompted by providing your master password. Description LastPass puts you in control of your online life – making it easy to keep your critical information safe and secure so you can access it whenever you want, wherever you are. Save all your passwords, addresses, credit cards and more in your secure vault and LastPass will automatically fill in your information when you need it. Download this app from Microsoft Store for Windows 10. See screenshots, read the latest customer reviews, and compare ratings for LastPass for Microsoft Edge.

When we've had similar issues with Azure AD SSO SAML enterprise apps, the email address in the 3rd party app didn't match the corporate email address.

Lastpass Azure Admin

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Lastpass Ad Integration

  • User gets married and we update their email address in Azure AD. They are no longer able to sign into the app because their system didn't recognize the user, even though in Azure AD it showed a successful sign in.
  • In another app we had since before it was Azure SSO capable, we had users who would self enroll. If they followed directions they would use their corporate email address. A few users put in a personal email address. When we flipped the switch in this app to use Azure AD SSO, the users who used their personal email address could no longer sign in. The staff member who administers accounts in this app would have to fix their email address within the app itself.