It may seem overwhelming to deploy Clearlogin for your organization and keep it secure. Therefore, this article identifies common tasks that you will find helpful to complete your configuration. Even if you have already deployed Clearlogin, you can use this guide to ensure you are getting the most out of your current configuration.
Create at least one local Clearlogin user profile with the admin role for use if there is an emergency. This user profile should not be used daily, and it should have a long, complex password. Additionally, have members of the admin team sign into Clearlogin using an account in your identity source (AD, Azure AD, etc.). After they sign in, you can promote them to the admin role in the User Profiles section.
Configure your password settings including password change & reset settings, warning messages, and account recovery settings. Additionally, configure the number of sessions allowed, when a session will time out, and lockout settings.