Configuring KaseyaOne

The topics in this section summarize how to configure KaseyaOne, including how to configure KaseyaOne users, groups, and security. A Master role is required to complete the following tasks (except the ones labeled end-user):

Unified Login

Learn how to configure modules for KaseyaOne Unified Login (Log In with KaseyaOne) and centralized user management, including how to set up just-in-time provisioning and role-based access control for modules.

Third-party IdP SSO integration

Learn how to set up and manage a third-party identity provider (IdP) SSO integration that supports just-in-time provisioning and role-based access control.


  • Security. Learn how to configure the password requirements for users logging into KaseyaOne and how to enable the IP Address Access List feature.

  • Module URLs. Learn how to manage Kaseya modules.

  • Groups. Learn how to create KaseyaOne groups and assign users and modules to them in order to control user access to modules.

  • User Management. Learn how to add and manage KaseyaOne user accounts in your portal.

End user: 

  • Configure your profile settings. Find out how to configure your profile settings (Name, Email, Time Zone), reset two-factor authentication, and edit a module's name and URL.

  • Log In with KaseyaOne. Learn how to set up your KaseyaOne user account, how to log in with your KaseyaOne credentials from the module portal and the KaseyaOne UI, and how to log out of your KaseyaOne session.

  • Set up push MFA. Learn how to set up push multi-factor authentication for your KaseyaOne account.