The latest version of OneLogin Desktop (3.2.2) is compatible with the following macOS versions:
Earlier versions of OneLogin Desktop are not compatible with macOS Monterey or later.
Swift 5 Runtime Support is required and included in macOS from Mojave on.
Installer packages for admins can be accessed by navigating to the OneLogin Admin Portal > Devices > OneLogin Desktop.
Users can download the installer package from their OneLogin Portal Profile under the OneLogin Desktop tab.
It's safest to uninstall your old version of OneLogin Desktop prior to upgrading. To ensure complete removal, execute the uninstall from the command line instead of dragging the application to the Trash.
To uninstall OneLogin Desktop:
sudo sh /Library/Application\ Support/OneLogin/uninstall
Double-click the package file for either OneLogin Desktop or OneLogin Desktop Pro to start the installation.
6. For Installation Type, confirm the space available and click Install.
9. When the installation is complete, you may close the installer.
8. The installation process begins. At the system prompt "Installer would like to administer your computer.", click OK.
To complete the setup of OneLogin Desktop Pro, the OneLogin account must be associated with a local account on the Mac. During the binding process, the local password will be changed to that of the OneLogin password for the user currently logged in. The user will then sign in to their device with their OneLogin password and access the OneLogin Portal via a certificate installed on the device.
To complete account binding:
1. Following installation, the Tray App connects to OneLogin services and opens a login prompt. Log in with your OneLogin credentials.
After successfully authenticating with OneLogin via the Tray App or device sign-in, a OneLogin certificate is installed that provides access to the OneLogin Portal.
To access the OneLogin Portal:
1. From the Tray App, click OneLogin Portal.2. At the browser prompt to select a certificate, select your OneLogin certificate and click Continue.
3. At the browser prompt for the keychain password, enter your OneLogin password and click Always Allow. If you click the default Allow, the browser will repeat the keychain prompt.
You now have access to the OneLogin Portal and will not need to reauthenticate with OneLogin.
The log files for OneLogin Desktop are most easily located by opening the Console app on your Mac and selecting Log Reports.
The log files are located in this folder:
The system install.log can also be useful for diagnostics.
To create a ZIP file of OneLogin Desktop log files for diagnostic purposes, open the Terminal and type
sudo /usr/local/bin/oldesktop diagnostics