Option to support 3rd party authentication like OKTA for O365 action packs
Able to support the use of O365 action packs by using tenant accounts that uses 3rd party authentication like OKTA
We rely 98% on Okta, with a push for 100% compliance. Even if an onmicrosoft bypass is available now, the powers that be won't allow it to continue. Please let me know when you add this feature to Nintex. As of right now, we have to redesign a major project from the ground up because we were relying on Nintex to upload on-premises content to an online environment. But the lack of support for Okta is a major show-stopper.
Yashwant Dogra commented
Nintex suggesting to use @on.microsoft.com account to resolve this issue whereas Okta states yourndomainame.onmicrosoft.com cannot be used for federation. Federation of services is very much required when we are using services of different service providers especially in this cloud era( well suggested by @Jonathan Sterner). Microsoft certifies Okta, Microsoft certifies Nintex, we use Okta and we use Nintex for our 0365 but here is where we got stuck with Nintex and Okta .
Hopefully we'll get a solution on that soon.
Noki Luat commented
We need this feature too, for us to use Nintex O365 action packs within our organization.
Jonathan Sterner commented
The direction of the Office 365 platform and the move to the cloud by large and small corporations alike, will cause a shift of the money people are willing to spend on solutions. Strategic evaluation of each product prior to committing financial resources and educating the user base depends on the compatibility with enterprise architecture. The current release of the NINTEX O365 action packs is very impressive and I am looking forward to what NINTEX features you have yet to release. Adding and supporting all the 3rd party authentication methods should be included in the long-term product strategy. As a long term on premises user of NINTEX, it has become my go to solution for SharePoint workflows. Our user base depends on these solutions each day to get the job done. As I have just started planning the road trip to migration and getting ready to move 500 GB of SharePoint content, workflows in Office 365 for the enterprise is going to be the key to our success. Contact OKTA @ http://okta.com give them the direction they need to get their product working with NINTEX. It’s a win, win, for everyone that is moving to the cloud. NINTEX wins because subscribers keep using the tools, if the tools work in our enterprise.
Prashant Kumbhar commented
As per my understanding with SPOL, almost all of the organisations are using third party OKTA ADFS for authentication purpose. We would like to use the Office 365 actions but we can not because Nintex Online is not supporting.
Requesting to please look on this urgently and resolve this issue ASAP.
Vielka Rojas commented
I need the OKTA authentication too, to change the security of items using workflows.
Karen Retirado commented
I was informed that OKTA authentication is not supported for Nintex O365 actions packs like O365 Update Item Permission action. Hope you can look into options where we can still use the tenant accounts such as @company.com but uses 3rd party authentication like OKTA. Otherwise all of O365 action packs are useless for us to use. :(