How to use your privileged access management tool

Part I

Paloma Velasco · 4 min read

As we have been talking about in the last weeks, privileged access management tools are one of the most demanded products nowadays by development companies.

In our last post, we talked about how a user provisioning tool can help your company scale and gain time, productivity, and security.

In today's post, we will discuss why MyLenio is the tool you are looking for.

MyLenio is the ultimate tool you are looking for to work in SaaS environments. In a simple way and with a single click, you can provision and deprovision Users, Automate Permissions and have your team organized efficiently.

From MyLenio, we know how important your time is. That's why we guarantee that with our tool, you will save precious time in tedious tasks such as onboarding or resource provisioning, and setting up the foundation for the digital security of the organization at all levels.

Easy, Cybersecure, and Efficient, discover our all-in-one tool: and Start automating your team’s permissions.

From MyLenio, we wanted to create a tutorial on how to use the tool and how to do the onboarding process of your team.

Through this link you can access the masterclass. But first we are going to explain you in our post, step by step how to do the process. 


1. Connect Oficce 365 and Google Workspace

The firts step is about the onboarding process to MyLenio, and in our tutorial video we walk you through a typical first day config to start using the platform.

To create your MyLenio account go to and click on the Start your 30 day trial button.

You will need to provide your email and create a password. Also We need your company name and the url you’d like to use for your company.

Once this is done, you’ll be redirected to your MyLenio administration area where you’ll see the onboarding wizard ready to get you started. 

2. Import or Create New Users

MyLenio has its own user directory, but it can also integrate with Google and Microsoft. For the purpose of this video we’ll use Google. Connecting to the directory is as easy as logging in with a Google administrator account and accepting the permissions required by the platform. Our Free-trial is intended for all those users who want to try the tool and test the benefits and how it will simplify their day-to-day life and team management.

Now it’s time to import users from your directory into MyLenio. The wizard will guide you through this process. It will show you a list of all the accounts present in the Google Directory from which you can choose which users you want to import. These people will now have access to MyLenio as non-admin users. 

3. Connect SaaS Aplications