If you're familiar with the timer feature in Okta Identity Governance (OIG) Access Requests, you may have wondered if you can cancel a running timer and if so, how? Let's show how it can be done. If you're not familiar with the timer feature, have a read of this article: https://iamse.blog/2022/07/27/oig-access-requests-using-the-new-timer-feature/. A timer is used … Continue reading OIG Access Requests – Cancelling a Timer
If you have looked at Okta Identity Governance Access Requests, you will know that a request will contain the history of the activity, such as the questions asked and answered, approval steps performed and actions taken. Did you know that a request, with all this information, can be Public or Private? Did you know that … Continue reading OIG Access Requests – Public or Private?
When working with Okta Identity Governance (OIG) Access Requests, you may find a request in a "stuck" state, where you can't complete a step or the request doesn't automatically close when done. Perhaps you're testing a new Request Type and missed a step or have something misconfigured when you tested it. As an administrator you … Continue reading OIG Access Requests – Clearing “Stuck” Requests
A common concern from a new Okta Identity Governance (OIG) Access Requests deployment is "I can't see the Application or Group list when building a Request Type". The most common cause is the assignment of Teams. Teams are the access control mechanism built into OIG Access Requests. They control who can create and own Request … Continue reading OIG Access Requests – Where Do I Assign Teams?
Understanding user grouping mechanisms in the Okta Identity Governance (OIG) Access Requests mechanism is important to building and running access request flows. It can be confusing and this article aims to address the confusion. Note that OIG Access Requests is the old atSpoke product. The term “Okta” in this article refers to the Okta Identity … Continue reading OIG Access Requests – Understanding User Grouping
This article explores the new Timer feature in Okta Identity Governance (OIG) Access Requests. It provides an overview of the new function and how it could be used for a long-term (days or weeks) access request and a short-term (hours) privileged access request. This article assumes a familiarity with the OIG Access Requests workflows. For … Continue reading OIG Access Requests – Using the New Timer Feature
A common request asked is how to look at past access request events. Currently you can see the results of the requests in the Okta System Log and also in the Okta Identity Governance (OIG) Access Requests admin console. This article will explore these. Article contents: OverviewEvents in the Okta System LogNative Events and ReportingReporting … Continue reading Historical Reporting of OIG Access Requests
Access Requests are designed to be used by all people in an organisation. So making the interface and information presented be more user friendly should be a goal of any deployment. In this article we look at what information is presented to end-users by Okta Identity Governance (OIG) Access Requests and how you can use … Continue reading Designing OIG Access Requests for Ease of Use
A key benefit of Okta Identity Governance is the ability to interface with access request flows via chat tools such as Slack and Microsoft Teams. This article provides a summary of the different ways users can request access in Slack and how to monitor the progress of a request in Slack. Article contents: Overview of … Continue reading OIG Access Requests – Requesting Access in Slack
One of the standard integration points with Okta Identity Governance (OIG) Access Requests is to log a ticket of an access request in an ITSM tool like ServiceNow. This article explores the integration between OIG Access Requests and ServiceNow. Article contents: Overview of IntegrationServiceNow Integration SetupAdding ServiceNow Ticket Creation to a FlowExecuting the FlowConclusion Overview … Continue reading Integrating ServiceNow with OIG Access Requests