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Darrin BonikowskyDarrin Bonikowsky 

Getting Started - Admin Control over User Logins

Hi.  I've been working in okta for all of about 8 minutes so far, so please excuse the "getting started" question.  I'm sure this information is available somewhere, but perhaps you could point me to it to save my time searching? 

Basically we're looking to setup okta such that we'd have Admin control over all of our users' logins to all apps.  Not to dwell on the negative, but the idea would be that if / when we had turnover, Admin would immediately be able to remove access to all apps by simply removing access to the user's okta login only.  To accomplish this would we, the Admins, simply set their username and password for each individual app as something that they would not know?  When setting up okta access to our Office365 account in testing okta asked me "one-time" for my Office365 login credentials - is that something that we as Admins could provide in okta on behalf of our users such that, again, they wouldn't even know their individual app logins but only their okta one, which we could easily terminate at any time?

Thanks in advance for your response!

Darrin

Darrin BonikowskyDarrin Bonikowsky
Ah, perhaps it is as easy as "we, the Admins, simply set their username and password for each individual app as something that they would not know" and then in okta when setting up the application choose the "Administrator sets username and password" option?