Setting up SSO in Remote with Azure AD

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You can setup Single Sign-On for Remote through certain Identity providers (IdPs). To do this with Azure Active Directory

  1. Inside Azure Active Directory, go to Enterprise Applications and click to add a New Application and then click on Create your own application.

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  2. Set the app name you want, check the “Integrate any other application you don't find in the gallery” option and click on Create.

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  3. On the Applications Overview page, click on the Set up single sign on card then choose SAML as the single sign-on method.

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  4. On the Basic SAML Configuration section, fill in the configuration generated on Remote’s SSO Settings page and click on Save.
    • Identifier (Entity ID) - the Audience field from Remote
    • Reply URL (Assertion Consumer Service URL) - the URL field from Remote

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  5. On the Attributes & Claims section, click on Add new claim with the Name email and the user.primaryauthoritativeemail Source attribute and click on Save.

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  6. On the SAML Signing Certificate and Setup sections, download the Certificate (raw) and copy the Login URL to be added to the Turn Single Sign-On page on Remote.

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  7. Go to Users and groups on the left side menu to assign the users or groups that should have access to Remote.

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