After you enter the name for the SMA application, you can configure the single sign-on options.
In Azure AD, go to the SonicWall_SMA application page.
Select Configure single sign-on.
To configure SAML-based authentication, select the Microsoft Azure AD Single Sign-On option.
Click the Next arrow. The Configure App Settings page displays.
Enter the URLs you want in the three URL fields:
SIGN ON URL - The appliance URL, for example:
IDENTIFIER - The URL from the Appliance ID field from the Configure Authentication Server . See Configuring Azure Active Directory as an SMA Authentication Server
REPLY URL - The appliance ACS URL, for example:
You can click on the question mark icon for each field to view a tooltip that describes which URL is
required for that field and how it is used.
Click the Next arrow. The Configure single sign-on at SonicWall_SMA page provides the information you need to enable the SMA application to accept a SAML token from Azure AD.
The values required will vary depending on the application. Check the SAML documentation for the
application for details.
The SINGLE SIGN-ON SERVICE URL and SINGLE SIGN-OUT SERVICE URL both resolve to the same
endpoint, which is the SAML request-handling endpoint for your instance of Azure AD.
The ISSUER URL is the URL from the Issuer field of the SAML token.
After the SMA application is configured, click the Next arrow. The Single Sign-On Confirmation page displays.
Click the check mark to close the .