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Whitelisting Okta for Third-Party Cookies
Published: Jan 31, 2018   -   Updated: May 15, 2018

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Whitelisting Okta for Third-Party Cookies

All apps that can be configured using SAML have inline instructions that guide you through the configuration. If you have blocked third-party cookies on your site, these instructions are prevented from appearing correctly.

Ensure that your Okta org URL is whitelisted for your browser. From your browser’s page for setting third-party cookies, use the following URL to add Okta as a whitelisted option, as shown as an example in Chrome below.

  • https://myorg-admin-okta-emea.com
  • https://myorg-admin-okta-oktapreview.com

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