Configuring SAML with Azure (New)

Configuring SAML with Azure (New)

Step 1:

Open the Azure Portal--->Enterprise Applications.

Step 2:

Select the created Enterprise Application and get started with Set up Single Sign-On.

Step 3:

Edit the basic SAML Configuration.

Step 4:

Copy the Entity ID from SDPMSP and place the entity ID in Azure Identifier.
Copy the Assertion Consumer URL from SDPMSP and place the url in Azure Reply URL
Copy the Single Log Out Service URL from SDPMSP and place the url in Azure Log Out URL.

Step 5:

Edit the Attribute Claim Section

Step 6:

Select the required claim name

Step 7:

Enter the name id format and the same format should be used in SDPMSP

For the Transient and Persistent source attribute will be user.display name.
For the E-mail Address source attribute will be user.mail.

Step 8:

Edit SAML Certificates

Download the Raw Certificate File and this file should be uploaded in SDPMSP.

Step 9:
Under Set up SAML
Copy the login and log out URL and paste it in SDPMSP

Step 10:

Save the configuration in SDPMSP.
Now the user will be able to log in via.SAML with Azure.

Additional Attributes in Azure:
In SDP we just need to fill the "SDP field" vs the "Claim name" mapping. From the IDP side, we also need to map the "Claim name" vs "Claim Attribute". In simpler terms, we need to provide the claim name ("EmailAddress") on the left and choose the attribute/value that we want to send ("user.mail") on the right. Let's look at the configuration from a few popular IDPs.



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