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Limble CMMS OIDC Okta Configuration Guide

A Step-by-Step Guide to Manually Set Up Single Sign On with Okta

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Written by Ty Houy
Updated over a week ago


This article is a guide for manual setup of SSO with Okta. After completing this guide, any users who have SSO enabled will receive a welcome email with instructions for logging in with SSO.

If a user has SSO enabled, they will only be able to login using SSO; except super users who will able to use the forget password prompt to login normally if needed.

Limble only supports SP Workflows on Okta. Users will navigate to to authenticate.

(Note: SSO is only available to Enterprise customers for an additional fee. To upgrade your account or learn more, reach out to our support team.)

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  1. Okta account with configured users.

  2. Limble account is on the Enterprise plan.

  3. Recommend Okta directory usernames are emails for a better experience. If usernames aren’t emails, there is a much higher likelihood of username conflicts with existing Limble customers.

Step 1: Enable Okta in Limble

Login to Limble and go to Settings > Manage SSO.

Select Okta as your SSO Provider and put in your Okta domain name.

Step 2: Connect Limble to Your Okta Account

Open a new tab or window on your browser, and login to your super admin Okta account.

Add LimbleCMMS as an application in your Okta Account.

Copy the ClientID and ClientSecret.

Step 3: Add ClientID and Client Secret in Limble

From here, go back to Limble and add these credentials on the Manage SSO page.

Then, click "Enable SSO."

Step 4 (If Manually Provisioning, Not SCIM): Configure Users

Add users to the Okta LimbleCMMS application.

Usernames in Limble must match their Okta usernames. If you enable SSO without matching the usernames to each other, the user may be unable to log into Limble. After their first login, their username can be changed.

In Limble, on the Manage Users page, enable SSO or add users with SSO enabled for each of these users.

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