Northern Trail Outfitters (NTO) employees use a custom on-premise helpdesk application to request, approve, notify, and track access granted to various on-premises and cloud applications, including Salesforce. Salesforce is currently used to authenticate users.
How should NTO provision Salesforce users as soon as they are approved in the helpdesk application with the approved profiles and permission sets?
Universal Containers allows employees to use a mobile device to access Salesforce for daily operations using a hybrid mobile app. This app uses Mobile software development kits (SDK), leverages refresh token to regenerate access token when required and is distributed as a private app.
The chief security officer is rolling out an org wide compliance policy to enforce re-venfication of devices if an employee has not logged in from that device in the last week.
Which connected app setting should be leveraged to comply with this policy change?
A company wants to provide its employees with a custom mobile app that accesses Salesforce. Users are required to download the internal native IOS mobile app from corporate intranet on their mobile device. The app allows flexibility to access other Non Salesforce internal applications once users authenticate with Salesforce. The apps self-authorize, and users are permitted to use the apps once they have logged into Salesforce.
How should an identity architect meet the above requirements with the privately distributed mobile app?
A global company is using the Salesforce Platform as an Identity Provider and needs to integrate a third-party application with its Experience Cloud customer portal.
Which two features should be utilized to provide users with login and identity services for the third-party application?
Choose 2 answers
Northern Trail Outfitters manages application functional permissions centrally as Active Directory groups. The CRM_Superllser and CRM_Reportmg_SuperUser groups should respectively give the user the SuperUser and Reportmg_SuperUser permission set in Salesforce. Salesforce is the service provider to a Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) identity provider.
Mow should an identity architect ensure the Active Directory groups are reflected correctly when a user accesses Salesforce?