1Password

With Rippling’s 1Password SCIM-based integration, mutual users can manage common administrative tasks using the 1Password SCIM bridge. The SCIM bridge uses the System for Cross-domain Identity Management (SCIM) protocol to connect 1Password to Rippling, so that you can have access to several 1Password Account features, such as the creation of users and the managing of their group memberships within 1Password.

Integration Type: SCIM-based User Provisioning

1Password Supported Features

Feature Description
Create Users Users within Rippling can have accounts created within 1Password.
Deactivate Users Suspending a user within Rippling will simultaneously suspend the user’s account in 1Password.
Update Groups Users can be added to your existing 1Password groups.

Please note: Rippling’s 1Password integration does not support the pushing of new groups or the removal of groups. 1Password custom groups that need to be provisioned, should have a 1Password administrator add a ‘Provision Manager’ group member to the group from within 1Password following the group creation. The provision manager should then be made a manager of the groups that are to sync with Rippling. After this, the group will not be able to be deleted or have new users added to it from 1Password, unless the provision manager’s role is changed or provisioning is disabled.

Please note, the default provision manager account should not be added as an admin within your organization and should be kept as a member of the provision manager group from within 1Password.

Integration Overview

1Password is integrated with Rippling using the SCIM specification. SCIM is a standard for automating the exchange of user identity information, in this case between your Rippling accounts and your 1Password accounts.

Pre-Installation Setup

In order to connect your 1Password Business account to Rippling, the appropriate administrator should first ensure the following steps have been completed. Please note that while provisioning is enabled, your 1Password administrator will no longer be able to add to groups that a ‘Provision Manager’ has been granted manager status within. In order to enable this, you will need to change the provision manager’s status in the account or turn off your SCIM provisioning from within 1Password.

  1. Create a 1Password Business Account
  2. Add any default members to your 1Password groups. These users can be added later on, but if you’d like them added through 1Password, do so now. Ensure there are no improper users within to-be-provisioned groups. You will not be able to remove users from your provisioning-enabled groups while a ‘Provisioning Manager’ Group member is a manager of the group and provisioning is enabled. Your 1Password groups contain permissions to access specified 1Password Vaults. For more information on mapping 1Password Groups to 1Password Vaults, see here.
  3. Host a SCIM bridge server using your 1Password account
    • 1Password provides pre-configured deployment environments with DigitalOcean and Google, if you’d like to use a pre-configured environment to deploy your 1Password SCIM bridge.
    • If you’d prefer to manually configure you SCIM bridge, the environment requirements are as follows: access to port 443 and 80 to enable LetsEncrypt or a gateway with TLS termination, Docker or Kubernetes, 128 MB of RAM, 100 MB of available storage).
    • Please note, deployment of your SCIM bridge is a requirement to retireve you SCIM bridge URL. If you have trouble deploying your SCIM bridge, please contact 1Password or your hosting provider.
  4. Retrieve the SCIM bridge URL and SCIM Bearer Token
  5. Add a member from the ‘Provisioning Manager’ Group to specific groups you would like to provision over the SCIM bridge. Grant the provisioning manager ‘manager’ status, from within 1Password.

Get help if you don’t have your bearer token.

Installation: How can I connect 1Password?

Once you have completed the pre-installation setup steps, you can connect your 1Password Business account to Rippling. Connecting your 1Password Business account to Rippling requires that you are the 1Password account owner or administrator.

To get started, sign in to your Rippling dashboard, click App Shop in the Main Menu on the left side of the page.

From the App Shop, search ‘1Password’ in the search bar located in the top left of the screen.

  1. Find the App Profile PageOnce you’ve arrived at the 1Password application profile within Rippling’s App Shop, you can click ‘Connect Account’ to begin the installation process.
  2. Select the Installer You will be prompted to confirm that you are the 1Password administrator to continue with the installation. If you are not the 1Password administrator, Rippling allows you to easily invite the appropriate user to complete the installation.
  3. Provide the SCIM bridge URL and Bearer TokenPlease provide the SCIM bridge URL and Bearer Token that you retrieved during the Pre-Installation Setup steps. If you have not yet deployed the SCIM bridge, please do so now. Custom 1Password groups will need to have a member of the ‘Provisioning Manager’ Group added as a ‘manager’ in order to enable provisioning for the group. Adding or removing users to the group from 1Password is disabled while a provisioning manager is a manager of the group and provisioning is enabled. To re-enable this functionality in 1Password, remove the provisioning manager’s manager status in the group, or turn off provisioning temporarily, after which you can re-enable provisioning.
  4. Select your 1Password Default Provisioning SettingsConfigure the provisioning rules for your company’s use of 1Password. This configuration determines which users will automatically receive 1Password user accounts when a Rippling account is created on their behalf.
  5. Configure the access time of your default provisioning settings for 1PasswordConfigure when appropriate user accounts will be created and provided to your employees. 
  6. Match Pre-Existing 1Password AccountsFrom this page, you can manually synchronize your accounts to retrieve the latest user information from 1Password.Rippling will attempt to match each account you have in 1Password with your corresponding employee accounts in Rippling. In some cases, Rippling’s matching algorithm will not be able to identify an exact match. If this occurs, you should match your pre-existing 1Password accounts with the corresponding employee accounts in Rippling.
  7. Manage 1Password Groups Add your employees to your existing 1Password groups. You can also select groups of employees from your Rippling account. Groups in 1Password are provided access to your company’s Vaults based on your configuration settings within 1Password.Warning: Please exercise caution in the assignment of your users to the ‘Provision Managers’ group. This group should be reserved for necessary administrators within your company, as these users will receive enhanced account management permissions.You can also manually synchronize your groups here to retrieve the latest accounts from 1Password to associate with your Rippling groups.That’s it! Your 1Password Application should now be connected in the Rippling App Shop.

Managing Your 1Password Account

To change the settings in your Rippling 1Password installation, please click on the installed button on the 1Password App Profile page in the top right of the page.

  • Changing Employee Status

If you’d like to change the status of your employees’ 1Password accounts through Rippling, you can do this through the Application Overview tab. Common changes of employee status include matching a Rippling account to an existing 1Password account, creating a new 1Password account on behalf of a Rippling user, and suspending a 1Password account for a Rippling user.

  • Matching a Rippling Account with an Existing 1Password Account

To match a Rippling Account with an existing 1Password Account go to the Application Overview tab. Click on the ‘Match’ button next to the employees name. You will be able to match existing Rippling employee accounts with existing 1Password users. The system will automatically try to match users based on their names and email addresses.

  • Creating a New 1Password Account for a Rippling User

To create a new 1Password account for a Rippling user, go to the Application Overview tab and locate the user in question. If you need help finding the user, you can search the employee by name, or apply various filters in the top right of the page.

Once you’ve found the user you’d like to create an account for, click the ‘Create’ button to the right of the user’s name. Rippling will create an account on the user’s behalf.

Please note, the user is required to have a valid email address in order to create an account. 

  • Suspending and Deleting a 1Password Account on Behalf of a Rippling User

Rippling does not support the deletion of 1Password account. If you wish to delete an account, you will need to go to your 1Password account and delete the account directly.

Suspending a Rippling user’s 1Password account temporarily deactivates that user’s account on 1Password. To suspend an account, go to the Application Overview tab and click on the ‘Suspend’ button to the right of the user.

You can also cancel a user’s suspension, reactivating the user. by identifying the suspended user and clicking the ‘Cancel Suspend’ or ‘Create’ button to the right of the user. The button shown depends on whether the suspension has been fully processed by the system.

  • Managing your 1Password Groups

You’re able to manage your 1Password group memberships from the Application Groups tab. From here, you can edit your existing groups within 1Password Business, such as adding or removing employees from your existing groups.

Rippling does not currently support the ability to create or delete 1Password groups.

  • Provisioning Default Access to 1Password for Your Users

You can edit rules for automatic access to 1Password accounts through the Application Access Rules page.

  • Monitoring Your 1Password Account

Rippling provides monitoring capabilities on behalf of your 1Password account. To view your account’s activity, please go to the Application Activity page.

  • Manually syncing your 1Password user information and groups

To manually sync your 1Password account with Rippling, please go to the Application Settings page. From there, click on the ‘Sync’ tab to manually sync your accounts. Rippling automatically syncs your account information from 1Password every 24 hours. 

  • Editing when your users will get access to 1Password

To change when your users will get access to 1Password, please see the Application Settings page. From there, click the ‘Access Time’ tab to modify when your users will get access to the application.

  • Adding another 1Password Account

To add another 1Password Business account, please see the Application Settings page. From there, click the ‘Manage App Accounts’ tab followed by the ‘Add Another Account’ button.

  • Removing your 1Password Account

To remove your 1Password account from your Rippling account, please see the Application Settings page. From there, click the ‘Manage App Accounts’ tab. From the list of your accounts, you can remove any account by clicking the trash icon.

  • Managing who can request access to 1Password

To manage who can request a 1Password account, please see the Application Settings page. From there, click the ‘App Shop Requests’ tab. Your ‘Company default’ access is set within your ‘Company Settings’ page on the Rippling dashboard. If you’d like to create a custom rule for your 1Password account, please click ‘Edit’. You will be able to modify whether employees can or cannot request access to a 1Password account.

1Password Entity Mapping

1Password Entity or Attribute Rippling Entity or Attribute
1Password Group: 1Password Groups allow for managed group access to 1Password Vaults. Rippling Group

More Information on 1Password

The SCIM bridge enables automated provisioning of 1Password accounts. It is a server application that is hosted externally to 1Password. The SCIM bridge connects to Rippling to provision users and groups automatically.

  • What is a 1Password Provisioning Manager?

Warning: Please exercise caution in the assignment of your users to the ‘Provision Managers’ group. This group should be reserved for necessary selected administrators within your company. These users will receive enhanced account management permissions.

A provisioning manager user account within 1Password business can be used to perform provisioning actions:

  • Provision users (create, suspend, delete, update)
  • Provision groups (create, delete, update)
  • Provision group memberships (add and remove users from groups)

As your identity provider, Rippling connects to your SCIM bridge, to allow for automated provisioning of users and groups.

Rippling intentionally does not enable all user and group actions accessible by the SCIM bridge. Rippling requires certain actions, such as the permanent deletion of users and groups, to be managed directly from your 1Password account.

Please note, the default provision manager account should not be added as an admin within your organization and should be kept as a member of the provision manager group from within 1Password.

  • What is a 1Password Vault?

Vaults are containers that hold collections of information that you need to keep secure, such as credentials to an application. They help organize items and grant other users secure access to what they need. Users typically have access to private and shared vaults. For more information on mapping 1Password Groups to 1Password Vaults, see here.

1Password Groups are collections of users that can have team-level permissions. 1Password Groups allow users to provide everyone in a group access to specific vaults and assign vault permissions.

  • How do I create 1Password Groups?

You are able to create 1Password Groups directly from your 1Password account, as an appropriately permissioned 1Password user. If you would like the group to be enabled for provisioning within Rippling, you need to add a ‘Provisioning Manager’ group member as a manager to the group. 

Please note that when the provisioning manager is a manager of a group, you will not be able to add or delete members, while provisioning enabled. If you need to make such adjustments to provisioning-enabled groups, please remove the provisioning manager’s manager status in the specific group or disable provisioning temporarily, and then re-enable provisioning after you have made your group changes.

  • How do I delete 1Password Groups?

To delete groups in 1Password, you will need to ensure that provisioning is disabled or the provisioning manager’s role is set to ‘Member’ within the specified 1Password Group. Your 1Password administrator can then delete groups directly from their 1Password account. Once the appropriate 1Password groups have been deleted, the administrator should re-enable provisioning.

  • How do I enable or disable provisioning once the SCIM bridge has been deployed?

To disable provisioning, please log in to your 1Password administrator account. Click ‘Settings’ and then click ‘Provisioning’. Here you can click the toggle for ‘Provisioning users and groups’ to turn off provisioning. You will be prompted to enter your account’s master password, please do so to finalize the process.

If provisioning is disabled for your account, you can follow the same steps as above to re-enable provisioning.

  • How can I manage my 1Password Vaults through Rippling?

Users cannot edit their 1Password Vaults through Rippling. To edit a 1Password Vault please do so directly from your 1Password Business account. 1Password allows users to be organized into groups, which are then provisioned access to specified Vaults. To manage or edit a 1Password Vault, please see here.

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