- 09 May 2023
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Single Sign-On with Microsoft Azure AD
- Updated on 09 May 2023
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This step-by-step guide explains how to set up Single Sign-On in Record Migrator with Microsoft Azure Active Directory (AD) as your SAML 2.0 Identity Provider (IdP).
When you integrate Record Migrator with Azure AD, you can:
- Control in Azure AD who has access to Record Migrator
- Enable users to be automatically signed in to Record Migrator with their Azure AD accounts
- Manage your accounts in one central location— the Azure portal.
To get started, you need the following items:
- Microsoft Azure account with Azure AD Premium activated.
- Administrator-level access to Record Migrator and Azure AD to configure SSO.
- Add Record Migrator as a non-gallery application in Azure.
Step 1: Configuring in Azure AD
Log into the Azure portal (https://portal.azure.com/). In the left-hand menu, click
Azure Active Directory > Enterprise applications.
All applicationsunder the
+ New applicationat the top of the screen.
On the next screen, click on the
+ Create your own applicationbutton.
Enter the name of the app as
Record Migratorand choose the third option,
Integrate any other application you don't find in the gallery (Non-gallery). Click on
After the Record Migrator application is created, click on
Single Sign-Onunder the
Select a Single sign-on methoddialog, select
SAMLmode to enable Single Sign-On.
Set up Single Sign-On with SAMLpage, click the
Edit (pencil)icon for
Basic SAML Configurationto change the settings.
Basic SAML Configurationsection, perform the following steps:
Identifier (Entity ID)field, enter the URL as
Reply URLfield, enter the
URLin the below format:
For example: If your instance URL is
https://rbm.autorabit.com,your Reply URL will be
Sign on URLfield, type the secure URL of your domain (i.e., starting with https://). For example:
Saveand close the dialog box.
Single Sign-Onto navigate to the
Set up Single Sign-On with SAMLpage.
SAML Certificatesection, find
Federation Metadata XMLand select
Downloadto save the certificate on your computer.
Step 2: Configuring in Record Migrator SAML Connection
Now that Azure SSO implementation is set up, follow these steps to configure SSO in your Record Migrator account.
Log into your Record Migrator account.
Click on the Settings icon at the top-right corner of the page.
Go to User Management > SSO > OKTA.
Browse for the Metadata XML file you downloaded in your local machine and upload it.
Step 3: Testing the Single Sign-On Configuration
Log out of the Record Migrator app, and then log back in using the
Single Sign Onoption.
Enter your organization name in the text field available.
You should successfully redirect to the Record Migrator app after authentication.