This documentation describes the SAML Single Sign-on feature guide for the account/user. The document includes detailed steps for activating the SAML SSO feature and configuration steps for Azure AD.
To get access to the SAML Single Sign-on for the account/user, the following steps should be completed:
The subscription plan should support SAML Single Sign-on
The account should be active
The super admin of the account and users should be active
SAML SSO Configuration Steps for Azure AD
Login to the main user’s account
Go to the settings and click the SAML Single Sign-on
Click the Connect Identity Provider button
On the opened page, type the connection name
Login into your Azure portal, go to Home>Enterprise applications, and click on the New application
Click on Create your own application and enter the app name
Click the Create button
On the app overview section click on the Setup Single Sign-on
Proceed with the setup process by selecting the SAML
Copy the Entity ID and Assertion Consumer Service URL from the PowerDMARC portal and add to the Azure AD Set up Single Sign-on with SAML page
Once URLs are added to the Azure AD portal, save changes and download the metadata from the Azure AD portal
Note: Make sure your users are assigned to your application.
Upload the downloaded metadata to the platform to complete the configuration process
Enable or Disable the “Force IdP Re-authentication” option
Enable or Disable the “Prepopulate the User Email Address” option
Click the Create Connection button
Your connection is created!
Information about the SAML Single Sign-on Login Session
Azure AD requires the username for the 1st sign-in, then only the password.