If you enable it, your users can decide whether they want to use persistent cookies that let them close a OneLogin session and return without logging in again (as long as they return within the timeout period defined for your account).
If they're in a safe environment, they can choose the convenience of persist sessions by selecting Keep me signed in on the login screen. If they're in a location or on a device where there could be a risk of another user accessing the device after the OneLogin browser session is closed (as in an internet cafe, for example), they can decline the persistent option.
To make the Keep me signed in option available to your users, you configure user policies to enable it and assign those policies to your users. Users who aren't assigned policies that enable this option are always required to log in again after they close their browser sessions, regardless of timeout period.
Important! The Keep me signed in option only works for users who are assigned to a policy that has the option enabled. But once you enable it for even one user using just one policy, all of the other users in your account will see the Keep me signed in option on their login screen. If they aren't assigned to a policy that enables the option, they can still see and select it and may think it's working for them, but it isn't. For this reason, we recommend that you enable the option for all of your users if you're going to enable it all. If you have a default user policy that applies to all users, we recommend that you enable the option for that policy.
- Log into OneLogin as an admin and go to Settings > Policies.
Create a new user policy or update an existing user policy.
To create a new policy, click New User Policy.
To update an existing policy, click the policy row in the list.
On the Session tab, select Give users the "Keep me signed in" option on the login screen.
- Click Save.
- Repeat with any other policies you want to enable the option for.