Concep Send offers the ability to connect with Azure Active Directory through the password-based Single Sign-On (SSO).
With SSO, users sign in once with one account to access domain-joined devices, company resources, software as a service (SaaS) applications, and web applications. After signing in, the user can launch applications from the Azure Active Directory MyApps access panel. Administrators can centralize user account management, and automatically add or remove user access to applications based on group membership. For more information on Microsoft Azure SSO, please click here.
This article links to all the relevant Azure Active Directory information to setup Concep Send as a non-gallery app in order to use the SSO functionality.
- Running Microsoft Azure Active Directory
- Premium P2 Licence (more information available here)
- Security E5
- Preferably a 1-to-1 user account structure
With password-based SSO, users sign on to the application with a username and password the first time they access it. After the first sign-on, Azure Active Directory supplies the username and password to the application. Password-based SSO uses the existing authentication process provided by the application. When you enable password-based SSO for an application, Azure Active Directory collects and securely stores usernames and passwords for the application. User credentials are encrypted and stored in the directory.
Additional Information and Instructions:
- What is Single Sign-On?