This article describes the process of configuring Single Sign On (SSO) with Azure. While attempting to complete the setup in Azure, some users noticed a few inaccuracies in the Microsoft documentation.
Here's what you'll see in Azure, and what's required to configure SSO properly with xMatters:
- In the xMatters OnDemand Domain and URLs section:
Identifier: Remove the final backslash. For example:
Reply: The reply URL is the SAML link from the metadata. For example:
- Identifier: Remove the final backslash. For example:
- In the Azure SAML Configuration window:
Single Sign On URL: Use the myapps link. For example:
- You may be able to find it in your Azure application configuration (user access URL) as shown below:
- Single Sign On URL: Use the myapps link. For example:
- In the xMatters SAML Configuration window, ensure the Identity Provider ID uses
https://sts.windows.netrather than the
- In the Azure configuration, make sure the Sign On URL is NOT populated. It should be left blank.
Note that if you do enter a value for Sign On URL it will result in a looping effect between the Azure login screen and the xmatters login screen.