Setting up Single Sign-On (SSO) with OneLogin

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When connecting OneLogin to Vanta, there’s an option to add a OneLogin Vanta app name.

This will allow users to login to Vanta using OneLogin. In order to set this up, a Vanta application must first be created within OneLogin. This can be done by following the steps below:

  •  Before starting make sure you have administrator access to your OneLogin account. 
  • On OneLogin, navigate to the Applications > Add App section of the OneLogin administrator dashboard. Then search for SAML Custom Connector (Advanced)
  • Update the display name to represent the fact it’s the Vanta connector.
  • Set the Audience (entityId) to
  • Go to the connections page on Vanta, and connect OneLogin. Add your OneLogin API credentials by following this article.
    • The API Credentials must have ManageAll permissions. (We will not write any data, but require the scope for checking user MFA, see this documentation.
  • Copy in the display name of the app you created in OneLogin. 
  • Copy the ACS (Consumer) URL from the Vanta connection page into your OneLogin Vanta Application.
  • Set the ACS (Consumer) URL Validator to


    • At this point, your Vanta App within OneLogin should look something like the image below. Make sure you hit save before moving onto step 9.

  • Save the OneLogin credentials within Vanta! 
  • Don’t forget to add users to the Vanta Application within OneLogin. Once this is done, OneLogin users will be able to use OneLogin to sign in to Vanta. 

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