Administrators with an Azure AD user account and one of these roles:
- Global Administrator
- Cloud Application Administrator
- Application Administrator
Single sign-on with Azure AD
Single sign-on technologies enable users to access multiple enterprise systems with a single set of login credentials. These credentials are typically managed by identity providers — systems that manage user authentication and access to enterprise resources.
This article describes how to setup integration with BRYTER and configure role mapping using SSO in your Azure AD enterprise environment. Microsoft provide documentation on how to find and fix any single sign-on issues for applications in Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) that use SAML-based single sign-on.
Please note that this is a premium feature which needs to be enabled by your dedicated Customer Success Manager. For further information, please reach out to your BRYTER Customer Success Manager or firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional pricing may apply.
This article assumes that you are familiar with setting up an SSO Integrations. If you have no knowledge of this process, please contact your technical administrator for assistance.
Azure AD setup
- Add an enterprise application to your environment
- Create and assign a user account for the application
- Enable single sign on for the application
- Assign roles to users
Create three application roles:
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- Test the integration with BRYTER.
We recommend Sign in as current user (please make sure you have self-assigned a role in Users and Groups assignment in step 4).
BRYTER service provider setup