SAML SSO - Microsoft Azure Directory

Here's a step-by-step tutorial on how you can setup SAML SSO with Microsoft Azure Directory.

Part 1: Enable SAML SSO in Tability

  1. Go to your workspace SSO settings and select the SAML SSO option as the authentication method.

  2. Keep this screen open, we'll need it later.

Part 2: Create a new application for Tability in Microsoft Azure Active Directory

  1. Open a new tab and go to Azure Active Directory and click on Enterprise applications in the sidebar.

  2. Create a new application by clicking on New Application.

  3. In the Azure AD Gallery, click on the option to Create your own application and create a new app with the name "Tability".

Part 3: Configure SAML SSO in Azure Active Directory

  1. In your created application, go to the Single sign-on screen and select SAML.

  2. Edit the basic SAML configuration and copy the value from your workspace SSO settings in Tability.

    1. Identifier (Entity ID): copy the value of the SP Entity ID (<workspace>)</workspace>

    2. Reply URL: copy the value of the SP Consumer URL: (<workspace>)</workspace>

  3. Save the settings in Azure Directory

Part 4: Update SAML SSO settings in Tability

  1. Download the Base 64 encoded SAML signing certificate from your application in Azure Active Directory.

  2. Update the SAML SSO settings in Tability.

    • Copy the content of the certificate, including the BEGIN CERTIFICATE and END CERTIFICATE to the IDP certificate field.

    • Copy the Login URL from Azure Active Directory, and paste it into the IDP SSO URL field in Tability.

  3. Click Save to confirm your settings.

Part 5: Sign in via SSO to finalize your setup

Once SAML is activated, it will be the only authentication method for your workspace. Make sure that your admin account in Tability is associated to a user in your Azure Directory, otherwise, you might lose access to your workspace settings.

To finalize the integration you need to sign in once via SAML SSO to validate your configuration.

Click on the Log in via SSO button to sign in.

Once you're logged in you should see a confirmation message at the top of your screen saying that "SAML SSO is enabled for all users."

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