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How to setup SSO in Azure AD
(With V2 Cloud)

Single Sign-On(SSO) is a session and user authentication method that allows you to login with only one set of credentials. This is really useful if you need to access multiple applications. It’s enabled by the SAML(Security Assertion Markup Language) and in this tutorial, we’ll show you how to setup SSO in Azure AD (with V2 Cloud).

This 6 steps tutorial is pretty straightforward, but if you have any questions about it, don’t worry—Every V2 Cloud customer has access to our fanatical technical support 7-days-a-week. Let’s get started.

STEP 1

Login to portal.azure.com and create an Enterprise Application following the screenshots below

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STEP 2

Collect the single sign on configuration information to create an Identity Provider in V2 Cloud dashboard

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STEP 3

Log in to dashboard.v2cloud.com and create a new Identity Provider with the information from the above screenshot

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Fill this form with the newly created Enterprise Application information and submit

View the configuration to copy paste in Azure AD to complete the Basic SAML Configuration

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STEP 4

Click edit in “Basic SAML Configuration”

Copy paste the corresponding configuration from V2 Cloud dashboard

STEP 5

Add users into the Enterprise application

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STEP 6

Let’s test the setup. Make sure you are currently logged out of portal.azure.com and open dashboard.v2cloud.com

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A successful configuration should open a Microsoft “Sign in” page if you find this is not happening, double check the configuration and try again

And that’s it! Now you know how to set up SSO in Azure AD.