Configuring Azure AD user
Azure Active Directory is a Platform-as-a-service (PaaS) application: it provides many services based on the Active Directory. To access SSO through Azure AD, you need to create a tenant user.
Before you begin
Make sure to have an Azure Active Directory subscription.
- Login on Azure through https://portal.azure.com/
Create a tenant.
Click Azure Active Directory.
Select Azure Active Directory and click Next:
In the Configuration tab, fill in the fields for the tenant:
Select Next: Review + Create. Click
Create if the information is correct.
The new tenant is created on Azure AD.
- Click Azure Active Directory.
to create a user for the administrator directory.
Select Create user and fill in the fields. Store
the data: you will need it at a later step.
Set the Global administrator role to the new
The new user is created on Azure AD.
- Log out from the current user account on Azure. Log in again with the newly created tenant user.
- Select Create user and fill in the fields. Store the data: you will need it at a later step.
What to do next
Creating and configuring an application proxy
. Download AADApplicationProxyConnectorInstaller.exe and install the connector on a Windows Server. Use the information of the user created on Azure (in section Creating and configuring an application proxy) to complete the installation.
Activate Azure AD Premium P2 license:
Create an enterprise application:
Click Configure an app tab:
Create a new application:
From All applications tab, click the newly
Then click Assign users and groups and assign a user to the application:
From Overview, click .
Enter Entity ID and Reply
Store this data: you will need it at a later step.
- Click Configure an app tab: