Configure Ping Identity SSO settings

NOTE—If you enable Ping Identity as a sign-in method, you cannot use Samsung Account to sign into Knox services.

On the Samsung Knox portal

In the top right corner of your Knox dashboard, click the avatar icon to access your account settings. Then, in the left sidebar, click SSO SETTINGS. Note the below fields on the page, as you'll need them for your Ping Identity configuration.

  • Identifier (entity ID): Enter in this field.
  • Reply URL (assertion consumer service URL)
  • App federation metadata URL

On the Ping Identity portal

  1. In the left sidebar, click Connections, then Applications.
  2. Click Add Application.
  3. Under SELECT AN APPLICATION TYPE, select WEB APP. In the prompt that appears, next to SAML, click Configure.
  4. On the Create App Profile screen, enter the following information:
    • APPLICATION NAME — Samsung Knox and Business Services
    • DESCRIPTION — Samsung Knox is a comprehensive suite of enterprise solutions for security, manageability, and productivity.

Then, click Next.

  1. On the Configure SAML Connection screen, under PROVIDE APP METADATA, select Manually Enter.
  2. Under ACS URLS, enter
  3. Under ENTITY ID, enter
  4. Under Assertion validity duration, enter 60 seconds, then click Save and Continue.
  5. For PingOne users — on the Attribute Mapping screen, under SAML ATTRIBUTES, click ADD ATTRIBUTE > PingOne Attribute. Then, enter the following information in the new attribute:
    • PINGONE USER ATTRIBUTE — Email Address
    • Next to Required, select the checkbox.

    For PingFederate users — add a new attribute for Email Address and map it to the following application attribute:
  6. Then, click Save and Close.
  7. On the Applications screen, locate the Samsung Knox and Business Services item and click the toggle to enable it.
  8. Expand the application details and click Configuration. Note the IDP METADATA URL for later.

On the Samsung Knox portal

  1. In your Samsung Knox account settings, under App federation metadata URL, paste the IDP METADATA URL value you copied in Step 12.
  2. Click CONNECT TO SSO.
  3. In the log in window that appears, enter your Ping Identity credentials.

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