An Okta command line interface for scripting and quickly performing routine tasks
This is a python-based CLI tool for Okta. It is not made or maintained by or in any way affiliated with anyone working at Okta. It is mainly driven by the personal needs of its author, although the feature set is becoming quite complete now.
It basically is a CLI wrapper around the Okta REST API.
NOTE: This is not the same as Okta's own
okta CLI interface. The latter is apparently used for setting up the source for development projects.
REQUIRES Python 3.6+
Every more complex function should have help texts available:
okta-cli users add -h, or maybe
okta-cli users update -h or maybe
okta-cli apps add -h ... those are probably the most interesting ones.
$ pip install okta-cli # install :) $ okta-cli config new \ # create a new okta profile -n my-profile -\ -u https://my.okta.url \ -t API_TOKEN $ okta-cli users list \ # search users with a query -f 'profile.email eq "email@example.com"' $ okta-cli features list # list okta server-side features $ okta-cli features enable "Recent Activity" # enable an Okta feature $ okta cli users groups adduser \ # add a user to a group -g app1_rollout \ -u firstname.lastname@example.org $ okta-cli apps adduser \ # assign an app to a user -a my_app_name -u 0109121 \ -f profile.employeeId $ okta-cli users update id012345678 \ # update a field of a user record --set email@example.com $ okta-cli users bulk-update update-list.xlsx # CSV is okay as well :) $ okta-cli version # print version and exit $ okta-cli users get my-login -vvvvv # see http debug output
config new (see above) will store a JSON configuration file in the directory determined by the
This project uses a few nice other projects:
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