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SSO / SAML - Microsoft Active Directory, Office 365 / Azure

After logging into your Office 365 / Azure account, navigate to the navigation menu (hamburger icon on the left-hand side), expand it and open the Azure Active Directory.

Then select Enterprise applications from the Manage section and from the All Applications panel click the +New application button.

Select the Non-gallery application as the template for your application. At this point, you might be prompted to sign up for a service to enable SAML through an active directory. Azure Professional Tier 2 is sufficient and available for a trial period of one month with 100 users.

Name the application SocialTalent and click the Add button.

From the Getting Started section select 2. Set up single sign-on and then SAML as a single sign-on method. 

At this point, you should open the SocialTalent platform in a separate tab and work with the two web pages simultaneously. 

Here's a guide of what information from SocialTalent goes into the Microsoft Azure Set up Single Sign-On with SAML fields under the Basic SAML Configuration section:

Within the Basic SAML Configuration tab activated by pencil icon:

  1. Copy over the Identifier (Entity ID) from SocialTalent into the Identifier (Entity ID) field on Microsoft Azure.

  2. Copy over the Reply URL (Assertion Consumer Service URL) from SocialTalent into the Reply URL (Assertion Consumer Service URL) field on Microsoft Azure.

  3. Copy over the Sign on URL from SocialTalent into the Sign on URL field on Microsoft Azure.

  4. Copy over the Logout URL from SocialTalent into the Logout Url field on Microsoft Azure.

  5. Save all the settings.

Here's a guide of what information from Microsoft Azure goes into the SocialTalent Admin Settings > Single Sign-On:

Within the Microsoft Azure platform, scroll down to the SAML Signing Certificate section to get access to the application SAML2.0 details and copy over App Federation Metadata Url from Microsoft Azure into the SAML Metadata field on SocialTalent.

Make sure you have saved configuration changes on both Microsoft Azure and SocialTalent (SAVE SSO SETTINGS button) platforms.

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