There are 8 steps in setting up SSO on Azure Active Directory (Premium P1,P2).

See also: What should I keep in mind to set up SSO?

* The edition of Azure Active Directory needs to be either Premium P1 ot Premium P2.
* Please complete the setup on Azure Active Directory before registering members on Unipos.

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1. Click "Enterprise Application" from the Microsoft Azure Active Directory menu.

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2. Click "New Application."

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3. Click "Applications not included in the gallery" > Enter "Unipos" in the name field and "Add."

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4. Set up single-sign on.

Manage
> Single Sign-On

▼Single Sign-On Mode
Click "SAML."

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① Click edit mark on "Basic SAML Configuration."

▼Unipos domain and URL
・Identifier: Copy and paste "Entity ID" from the SSO settings screen on Unipos.
・ACS URL: Copy and paste "ACS URL" from the SSO settings screen on Unipos.
・Sign on URL: Copy and paste "Login URL" from the SSO settings screen on Unipos.

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② Click edit mark on "User Attributes & Claims."

▼User Attributes & Claims

Click CLAIM NAME whose tail is "useridentifier."

・Source attribute: Choose "user.mail."

Click save.

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5. Enter the sign-on information to the SSO settings screen on Unipos.

Click "Set ID Provider" in the SSO settings screen on Unipos.
Enter the following information to appropriate fields.
・Login URL : Copy and paste to "SSO URL."
・Azure AD Identifier: Copy and paste to "Entity ID."
・Certificate (Base64): Download and open as a text file. Copy and paste the information to "Certificate (Base64-encoded).

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6. Operation test (Admin)

Log out of Unipos.
> Log into Office365.
> Choose Unipos from the Office365 app menu.
> Log into Unipos via SSO.
If you can log into Unipos this way, SSO is successfully set up.
If you fail to log in, please confirm the settings and try again.

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7. Add members from Unipos

Click here to see how to add members.

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8. Grant access to Unipos to users 

Menu
> User and group
> Add users
Then, select users or groups to grant access to Unipos.

* In order to grant access to users, they have to be added from Unipos (see Step 7).

This completes the SSO setting and adding members.

* Members will not receive an invitation e-mail from Unipos. Please advise them of any necessary information from Admin.

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See also: What should I keep in mind when I use the Unipos app under SSO?

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