Use Chrome devices with Imprivata OneSign

Set up Imprivata OneSign on Chrome devices

Chrome version 81 or later

For managed Chromebooks and other devices running Chrome OS.

Healthcare organizations can integrate Imprivata® OneSign® with Chrome Enterprise to let users sign in to managed Chrome devices by tapping their badge, instead of having to enter their username and password.

Before you begin

To use Chrome devices with Imprivata OneSign, you need:

  • Chrome devices with version 81 or later, or devices with Neverware® CloudReady® version 81 or later. We recommend that you use devices with an I-class processor and at least 8 GB of RAM.
  • Chrome Enterprise Upgrade for each device you want to manage.
  • Imprivata OneSign G3 appliance with version 7.1 HF1 or later
  • Imprivata OneSign Authentication Management (AM) licenses
  • Imprivata OneSign Virtual Desktop Access (VDA) licenses
  • Citrix® Virtual Apps and Desktops version 7.15 or later
  • Verified rf IDEAS® badge reader:
    • Single frequency 125 kHz:
      • RDR-60* = IMP-60 = IMP-NV60
      • RDR-62*
      • RDR-63*
      • RDR-64*
      • RDR-67*
      • RDR-69*
      • RDR-6C*
      • RDR-6E*
      • RDR-6G*
      • RDR-6H*
      • RDR-6N*
      • RDR-6T*
      • RDR-6Z*
    • Single frequency 13.56 MHz:
      • RDR-70*
      • RDR-75* = IMP-75 = IMP-NV75
      • RDR-7F*
      • RDR-7L*
    • Dual frequency 125kHz and 13.56MHz:
      • RDR-805* = IMP-80
      • RDR-800* = IMP-82
      • RDR-305* = IMP-80-BLE
      • RDR-300* = IMP-82-BLE
    • KSI:

Supported features

  • Authentication and authentication setup
    • Proximity card authentication and enrollment
    • Password authentication, update, and reset
    • Security question enrollment
    • PIN authentication, update, and enrollment
  • Workflows
    • Login—Single and multi-factor authentication
    • Lock and unlock endpoint with proximity card
    • Logout disconnected virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI)
    • Switch between user sessions with proximity card
    • Roam between devices
  • VDI 
    • Citrix auto-launch desktop
    • Citrix auto-launch apps
    • Citrix virtual channel support
  • Imprivata appliance failover
  • Login screen UI customizations

Overview of steps

  1. Prepare your rollout
  2. Set policies
  3. Roll out to production
  4. Resolve common issues with Imprivata OneSign integration

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