Enable or Disable a Global Identity Provider


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Global identity providers cannot be added or removed; they can only be enabled or disabled.

As an administrator of a given organization, you may enable or disable a given global identity provider at any given time. This takes effect instantaneously.

Below are instructions for achieving this via the Border0 Portal and the Border0 CLI respectively.

Portal Instructions

  • [1] Select "Organization Settings" from the Border0 menu (left-side pane) on the Portal
  • [2] Select "Identity Providers" from the Organization Settings page
  • [3] In this page you will find a table where each row represents an identity provider. You may use the slide toggles in the "Enabled" column in order to enable or disable the identity provider represented by the row

Steps to enable or disable a global identity provider.

CLI Instructions

You may use the following border0 CLI commands to enable or disable (respectively) a global identity provider for user authentication in your Border0 organization:

  • border0 organization idp enable
  • border0 organization idp disable

Both of these commands accept the flags --google, --github, --microsoft, and --email-code to toggle the Google, GitHub, Microsoft, and passwordless (email code) identity providers respectively.


$ border0 organization idp enable --google

Successfully enabled identity provider "google" for your organization!
$ border0 organization idp disable --github

Successfully disabled identity provider "github" for your organization!