Adding ADP Payroll

Passly supports SAML Apps added in the SSO Manager. 

ADP Payroll is a 3rd party tool provided via 


Passly Settings

  1. Log into Passly https://(companyname)
  2. Select Directory Manager.
  3. Select Groups.
  4. Select the Blue plus sign in the bottom right corner.
  5. Name the Group ADP Users.
    Note: If you have other existing Groups for SSO users you can use one of these as well.
  6. Select Add Group.
  7. Select SSO Manager.
  8. Select the Blue plus sign in the bottom right corner.
  9. Select ADP from the list.
  10. Select "Application is Enabled" to enable the Application. 
  11. Update the Name field if needed. 

    Note: You cannot have two SAML Apps with the same name.
  12. Select your preferred Authentication Policy. 

    Note: If you have not created any specific policies the "Default Policy" will be applied. 
  13. Select Add Application.

ADP Configuration

ADP Payroll SAML Setup guide 

Below are the configuration steps to complete a SAML federated setup.

  1. Sign into the ADP Federated SSO site (
  2. Select your Identity Provider. ADP supports preconfigured setups for selected IDP partners.
  3. Complete the information in the Configure section with in the SAML Setup tab. The steps
    in this section will vary depending on your selections in steps 3 and 4.
  4. After completing your IDP setup, click Next.
    Note: Most IDPs have an ADP application listed in their catalog. Please search for the ADP
    application at the IDP and follow the IDP’s setup instructions.
  5. On the Upload Certificate tab, click Browse and select your IDP’s metadata file.
    Note: When your certificate expires in the future, use the Upload Certificate feature to
    renew it.
  6. Click Upload. When the upload is completed, the Federated Issuer Key field will be
    updated, and the new certificate appears in the Latest Uploaded Certificate list with
    status Active.
    Note: You will not be able to make further changes to the Federated Issuer Key (AKA
    “Issuer URL”). However, you can update a certificate as many times as needed.
  7.  Handshake step: Handshake is verification process to help verify that your IDP setup is
    configured as per ADP requirements.
    • Handshake will only appear if you are using “Other not listed identity provider”,
    ADFS, or “Standard Identity Provider” for EMEA clients.
    • Please update the Test PersonImmutableID to match the account of the test user.
  8. You can now test with a few employee users in your company. To begin the test, click
    Provision User(s) under the User Setup on the left navigation bar.
    • For NAS (Nationals) clients please contact your implementation representation
    to complete this step.


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