Okta Data Processing

Zluri fetches a list of Okta users, licenses and activities from Okta. This article explains how you can validate the Okta Users & licenses presented in Zluri.

 

How Zluri fetches the data:

Zluri uses the following API to fetch the users from Okta.
https://developer.okta.com/docs/reference/api/users/#list-users

 

Status & License Mapping:

Users with status = 'Active', 'Password Expired', 'Recovery', and 'Locked Out' are mapped to User application status = Active.

 

Users with status = 'Provisioned', 'Staged', and 'Suspended' are assigned user application status = Suspended.


Users with status = 'Deprovisioned' are assigned user application status = Inactive.

 

Users coming from earlier syncs but not coming in the latest sync are assigned user application status = 'Inactive'.


The following user status will count towards an assigned Okta License: Active, Recovery, Password Expired, Locked Out, and Suspended.

However, the following user status will NOT count towards an assigned Okta License: Staged, Provisioned, and Deprovisioned.

 

How to validate the data:

 

After logging into your Okta account. On the left-hand panel, select the ‘Directory’ and then ‘People’. On the ‘Status’ drop down, select the ‘Active’ & 'Password Expired'



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Okta Data Processing

Modified on Wed, 21 Feb 2024 at 11:17 AM

Zluri fetches a list of Okta users, licenses and activities from Okta. This article explains how you can validate the Okta Users & licenses presented in Zluri.

 

How Zluri fetches the data:

Zluri uses the following API to fetch the users from Okta.
https://developer.okta.com/docs/reference/api/users/#list-users

 

Status & License Mapping:

Users with status = 'Active', 'Password Expired', 'Recovery', and 'Locked Out' are mapped to User application status = Active.

 

Users with status = 'Provisioned', 'Staged', and 'Suspended' are assigned user application status = Suspended.


Users with status = 'Deprovisioned' are assigned user application status = Inactive.

 

Users coming from earlier syncs but not coming in the latest sync are assigned user application status = 'Inactive'.


The following user status will count towards an assigned Okta License: Active, Recovery, Password Expired, Locked Out, and Suspended.

However, the following user status will NOT count towards an assigned Okta License: Staged, Provisioned, and Deprovisioned.

 

How to validate the data:

 

After logging into your Okta account. On the left-hand panel, select the ‘Directory’ and then ‘People’. On the ‘Status’ drop down, select the ‘Active’ & 'Password Expired'



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