Complete the following steps to configured Microsoft Azure Active Directory as an authentication provider

Set up an Azure AD application

1. Login to Microsoft Azure: https://manage.windowsazure.com/

2. Go to Active Directory Page (left menu bar)

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3. Go to the user page by clicking on the user name

4. On the top menu bar click ‘Applications’

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5. Click ‘ADD’ (in the bottom of the page) to add a new application

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6. Choose ‘Add an application my organization is developing”

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7. Enter a name, select “WEB APPLICATION AND/OR WEB API” and hit continue

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8. Add the following App properties and hit Complete

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9. Go to the Application configuration page by Clicking ‘CONFIGURE’

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10. Generate Key

11. Add the ‘REPLY URL’ This field should be populated later with the callback URL that will be created when configuring the salesforce Auth. Provider.

12. Hit ‘Save’

13. Write down the Client ID and Key, you will use them to configure the Salesforce Auth. Provider

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Define an Azure AD Auth. Provider in your salesforce organization

1. Go to Setup->Security Controls->Auth. Providers and create a new Auth Provider

2. Select Open ID Connect the Provider Type

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3. Enter Name

4. Enter URL Suffix. This is used in the client configuration URLs. For example, if the URL suffix of your 5. provider is ‘MyAzure’, your callback URL is similar to: https://login.salesforce.com/services/authcallback/00DB00000000iBIMAY/MyAzure

5. Use the CLIENT ID from Azure AD for the Consumer key field

6. Use the Key from Azure AD for the Consumer Secret field.

7. Authorize Endpoint URL: https://login.windows.net/common/oauth2/authorize

8. Token Endpoint URL: https://login.windows.net/common/oauth2/token

9. Profile Endpoint URL: https://login.windows.net/common/openid/userinfo

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10. Click Save

Update your Azure AD application with the callback URL generated by Salesforce

1. Copy the Callback URL from for your Azure AD Auth. Provider configuration

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2. Update the “REPLAY URL” on your Azure application configuration

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Test Connection with Azure AD

1. Go to the Azure AD Auth. provider detail page and copy the Test-Only Initialization URL

2. Open a browser and enter the test URL

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3. You will be taken to Azure AD automatically and asked to choose and account and login

4. You might be asked to to approve access to this application based on the scopes that were specified in the Azure AD application

5. On success you will be redirected to the callback that is registered with Azure AD and the user information that was specified will be returned

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Create a registration handler

1. Download the registration handler for Azure AD from here

2. Go to Setup->Develop->Apex Classes and create the Azure AD registration handler Apex class

3. Go to the Azure AD Auth. Provider settings and select the registration handler that you’ve just created

4. Choose a user that the registration handler will execute as

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Single Sign-on with Azure AD

SSO into Salesforce

You need to have My domain enabled

1. Go to Domain Management->My Domain

2. Click Edit on the Login Page Settings Page section

3. Add the Azure AD Authentication service

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4. Save

5. Logout and go to the My Domain login page

6. Click the Azure AD button and enter your Azure AD credentials

SSO into Communities

1. Create the Azure AD Account

2. Make sure that you have enough licenses for Customer Community Users

3. Go to Setup->Customize->Communities->All Communities and on Action select Administration Settings

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4. On the following screen choose Login & Registration

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5. Under Login select add the Azure AD Authentication option

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6. Save and Close the Administration Settings window

7. Logout and go to the community login page

8. Click the Azure AD button and enter your Azure AD credentials

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