Using the Internal Application Manager

Use the Internal Application Manager add an internal application integration and attach a user authentication policy.

This is not to be confused with the Application Manager, which contains templates for third-party SAML application integrations.

Depending on your business use case, there are two ways to set up an internal application.

Use case: New internal application (New or upgrade customers)

You are new to the Identity Platform product. Or, you've upgraded to the Identity Platform release 21.04 from an earlier product release.

You have a use case for applications like the Secure Portal, Password Reset, Help Desk pages, and OIDC integrations.

Set up procedure: Setting up an internal application

Use case: Connect legacy internal application with authentication policy (Upgrade customers)

You've upgraded to the Identity Platform release 21.04 from an earlier product release.

You have legacy applications created in the Classic Experience like the Secure Portal, Password Reset, Help Desk pages, or OIDC integrations that you want to keep. And you want the ability to attach a user authentication policy from the New Experience UI to those legacy applications.

Set up procedures: Connecting a legacy internal application and Redirect legacy realm URL for internal applications