About Microsoft Azure AD Single Sign-on

About Microsoft Azure AD Single Sign-on

Microsoft Azure Active Directory (AD) Single Sign-On (SSOwill allow Fedena users to log in to Fedena using their Microsoft account credentials, without using a Fedena username and password.

Prerequisites:-To perform the Microsoft Azure AD SSO for Fedena you have met the following prerequisites,

  • You need a Microsoft account.

  • You need a Microsoft Azure subscription.

Steps to enable Microsoft Azure AD SSO for Fedena.

Step 1 – Set up an active directory

Step 2 – Perform the Azure OAuth setting in the Fedena Account panel

Step 3 – Enable the Azure plugin in the Fedena Account panel

Step 4 – Enable Azure SSO in Fedena’s General Settings

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