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Account Security Settings

  1. Navigate to the security settings on the Blink platform. In the bottom-left corner click on the rounded icon with your initials on it

  2. A dialogue box will appear, with your Blink Ops account settings:


  1. If you are apart of more than one tenant, you have the option to switch between the tenants by selecting the tenant from the dynamic dropdown menu.


Login & Authentication

Authorized Domains

Blink provides the option to restrict domains to access an account. For example, if you want to allow only to access your account, but you already have users, they will automatically get an Unauthorized error message and be logged out.

  • Administrators of the account have bypass to this setting in order to make sure the account administrator isn't locked out of his account.

Identity Provider

Blink provides the option to configure an external Identity Provider to use within the Blink platform. Any SAML app can be connected to Blink.

Blink provides templates for:

Role Mapping

Role Mapping represents Blink's method of synchronizing Identity Providers to the Blink Ops platform.

Please be aware that configuring Role Mapping varies depending on the Identity Provider you are using. Therefore, it's crucial to carefully follow the instructions tailored to your chosen Identity Provide when setting up Role Mapping.


Please note that in the Mapping section, at least one mapping role must be designated as an admin with administrative privileges. Additionally, the user configuring the group must be a part of the group mapped to the Admin role. Otherwise you won't be able to operate as an administrator in your account or access and edit the role mapping again.


SAML Session Lifetime

Select the duration (in hours) a user can remain logged into their account before being automatically logged out and required to log in again. The minimum is 1 hour, and the maximum is 720 hours.


SAML Strict Mode

Choose weather you would like to enable SAML Strict Mode by checking the box. When enabling SAML Strict Mode , all organization users who are not administrators must use SAML to sign in to Blink. Admins retain access to alternative sign-in modes for trouble shooting purposes.



Disable Blink-Cloud runners

If you wish for members of your account not to use the Blink Cloud Runner, you can disable it by selecting the checkbox. This means you need to create your own runner to use in each workspace.