Rogue Accounts Report

This is an Early AccessEarly Access (EA) features are opt-in features that you can try out in your org by asking Okta Support to enable them. Additionally, the Features page in the Okta Admin Console (Settings > Features) allows Super Admins to enable and disable some EA features themselves. feature. To enable it, please contact Okta Support.

The Rogue Accounts report compares assignments in Okta to accounts that exist in a specified appAn abbreviation of application. Essentially, it is a web-based site used to perform any number of specific tasks, and requires authentication from end users by signing in. and lists the discrepancies. You can find the accounts that were created directly in the application without going through Okta and correct them to ensure all access to the app is managed through Okta. Once corrected, you will only have to look in one place to see who has access and what type of access for all the applications that you manage.

The rogue accounts report provides the following two lists of usersIn Okta literature, we generally refer to "users" as the people who serve as Okta administrators. When we refer to "end users" we are generally referring to the people who the administrators serve. That is, those who use Okta chiclets to access their apps, but have no administrative control.:

  • Users that exist only in the app and do not exist in Okta. These accounts were created in the app and were not assigned in Okta.
  • Users that exist only in Okta and do not exist in the app. These accounts were assigned in Okta, but were not created in the app.

You can correct the discrepancy by either assigning the app to the user in Okta or by deprovisioning the user in the app.

The report is visible in Okta and can also be downloaded in a comma-separated values (CSV) file. Lengthy reports are only available in CSV format.

 

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