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Centrify

Centrify secures access to infrastructure, DevOps, cloud, and other modern enterprise so you can prevent the #1 cause of breaches – privileged access abuse.

Set up Centrify

These steps help you set up Centrify as your identity provider (IdP).

  1. Log in to the Centrify administrator panel.

  2. Click Apps.

    Centrify Security Overview

  3. Click Add Web Apps.

    Add Web Apps

  4. Select the Custom tab and click Add OpenID Connect.

  5. On the Add Web App screen click Yes to create an OpenID Connect application.

    Add Web App screen

  6. Enter an Application ID.

    Centrify Settings

  7. Click Save.

  8. Click Trust in the Settings menu.

  9. Enter a strong application secret on the Trust section.

  10. Under Service Provider Configuration enter your application’s authentication domain as the resource application URL.

  11. Under Authorized Redirect URIs click Add.

    Centrify OpenID Connect

  12. Under Authorized Redirect URIs enter your authentication domain as /cdn-cgi/access/callback.

  13. Click Save.

    Centrify Trust

  14. Copy the Client ID, Client Secret, and OpenID Connect Issuer URL.

  15. Copy the Application ID from the Settings tab in the Centrify dashboard, and paste them into the Cloudflare Access.

  16. Navigate to the User Access tab.

  17. Select the roles to grant access to your application.

    Centrify User Access

  18. In the Cloudflare Access app, under click Add under Login Methods, and select Centrify as your IdP.

  19. Paste in the Client ID and Client Secret.

  20. Click Save and Test.

    On success, a confirmation displays that your connection works.

    Cloudflare IdP Connection Success

Example API Config

{    "config": {        "client_id": "<your client id>",        "client_secret": "<your client secret",        "centrify_account": "https://abc123.my.centrify.com/",        "centrify_app_id": "exampleapp",    },    "type": "centrify",    "name": "my example idp"}

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