Easy access to Dropbox?
We’re all about it.

Okta Cloud Connect is free for one app.

If your organization is like most, you use Microsoft Active Directory (AD) to manage employee identities, which works great—until your teams start working in the cloud. Suddenly, your people have another set of passwords, and you have another set of administration tasks to keep up with.

Dropbox helps your business securely share, sync, and collaborate. People in your organization love Dropbox because it reduces collaborative friction. Think how much more value they’d get out of Dropbox tools if they could access them more easily, bypassing the hassle and security risk of having more than one login.

Okta Cloud Connect lets you extend AD to Dropbox. For free.

With Okta, you can connect Dropbox to your AD using the Okta agent, and solve a multitude of login and user administration issues in a matter of minutes. No more password reset fiascos. No more profile synchronization challenges.

  • Configure Okta in minutes. Download the Okta AD or LDAP agent and install it on any Windows Server with access to your Domain Controller, or use the Okta LDAP agent in your Linux environment.
  • Eliminate login and password hassles. Access Dropbox with existing corporate credentials.
  • Offload onboarding. Automatically provision, update, or deprovision Dropbox accounts when you update AD or LDAP.

Okta Cloud Connect FAQs

Is Okta Cloud Connect really free?
Yes! Okta Cloud Connect is free forever for an unlimited number of users.

What’s included in Okta Cloud Connect?
IT Products (limited to 1 app): Universal Directory, Single Sign-On, and Provisioning
Support Resources: limited Basic Support (3 tickets/year), access to live and on-demand training resources

Is Okta’s Adaptive MFA offering included?
No, but you can leverage third-party multi-factor authentication solutions you are already using such as YubiKey, RSA, and Symantec VIP for an extra layer of protection.

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