Secure Mobile Access 12.4 Administration Guide

Configuring Azure Active Directory as an SMA Authentication Server

In this procedure, you will configure Azure AD as an SAML Identity provider, and create and configure an Authentication server on an SMA appliance.

To configure Azure AD as an SMA Authentication Server

  1. In the AMC, navigate to System Configuration > Authentication Servers.

  2. Under Authentication servers, click New.... The Add Authentication Server page displays.

  3. Select SAML 2.0 Identity Provider.

  4. Click Continue.... The Edit Authentication Server page displays.

  5. In the Name field, enter Azure AD.

  6. In the Appliance ID field, enter the URL for the appliance from the App ID URL field or the Issuer URL field on the Configure App Settings page. For example: https://appliance.company.com.

  7. In the Server ID field, enter the URL for the server using the value you entered for the SAML Entity ID field when you added SMA as an application to Azure.

  8. In the Authentication service URL field, enter the URL for the server using the value you entered for the SAML Single Sign-On Service URL field when you added SMA as an application to Azure.

  9. In the Logout service URL field, enter the URL for the server using the value you entered for the Sign-Out URL field when you added SMA as an application to Azure.

  10. From the Trust the following certificate drop-down menu, select the certificate you want. This should be the Download certificate from the Configure Single Sign-on at <APP_NAME> page.

    You must first download and install the certificate you want before it can appear in the Trust the following certificate drop-down menu. See Downloading a Certificate for instructions on how to do this.

  11. Leave Sign AuthnRequest message using this certificate disabled.

  12. Click Save.

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