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Home // Support // Configuring Single Sign On for Secured Signing using Azure Active Directory (Azure AD)
Setting up Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) for use with Secured Signing will allow the users can login Secured Signing by using their organizational account hosted in Azure AD as the Identity Provider. When the Azure AD single sign on option is enabled in Secured Signing, logged in users will not need to enter their password in Secured Signing.
The configuration process requires:
1. Make sure you login Azure AD portal (https://portal.azure.com) with administrator account and click Azure Active Directory icon.
2. Click Enterprise Applications menu item.
3. Click + New Application menu item.
4. In Add from the gallery section, type secured signing, then it will auto populate – Secured Signing Login, click on that.
5. Now, click Sign up for Secured Signing Login, it will redirect you to app consent authority page.
6. Read the consent information and click “Accept” button to continue.
7. After that, it will jump back to Secured Signing website, since you haven’t bound account between Secured Signing and Azure AD, you can’t login right now, please continue to read the below chapter – Setup Single Sign On with Azure AD in your Secured Signing Membership
You can confirm app has been installed by visit MyApps (it may takes several minutes to appear)
You need an enterprise account to integrate secured signing.
Once new user account created for that membership (Azure AD login) through Enterprise Portal, the user will receive an activation email, click Click to Activate button in the email. Then in the activation page, you just need to click Activate button (the email address already pop-uped), then, it will redirect you to Azure AD, you need to input your Azure AD password for authentication, after that, it will redirect you back to our website with log-ined status.
For an existing user, he/she can join a membership by adding the membership code to the My Account > My Details page, put Membership Code and click “Join Membership“
Once single sign on (Azure AD) is enabled, the first time each user accesses Secured Signing they will need to input their email to login. A password for this case is not required.
The system will check if Single Sign On (Azure AD) is enabled for this user. If so, it will redirect to Azure AD login page. Then the user input his/her organizational logon credential to login with Azure AD server. The user can check the option to “Remember my email” to login with Azure AD next time.
Once the user has logged in with Azure AD successfully, the user will be redirected to Secured Signing.
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