Configure SSO for your status page with Azure Active Directory

In order to configure a SAML application for Statuspal in Azure Active Directory follow these steps:

  1. Start by heading to your organization's Security tab and download its metadata file.
  2. Then sign in to your Microsoft Azure account.
  3. Click on Azure Active Directory, then on Enterprise Applications.
  4. Click on New application, then on Create your own application.
  5. Enter name “Statuspal” and click Create.
  6. Click on Assign users and groups and assign yourself (you can add your team later).
  7. Then click on Single sign-on on the sidebar then select SAML.
  8. Click on Upload metadata file and select your organization’s metadata file (step 1).
  9. Click Add, then on Save and close the dialog.
  10. Reload the page and you should see the section SAML Signing Certificate is populated.
  11. Click on Edit in the User Attributes & Claims section and change the Claim name to user.mail, click Save and close the dialog.

  12. Click on Edit in the SAML Signing Certificate section and set the Signing Option to Sign SAML response and assertion, click Save and close the dialog.

  13. Download the Federation Metadata XML, copy its contents to your organization’s IDP metadata text field and click on Save.
  14. Click on Test SAML configuration, it should success and look like this:
  15. You should now be able to check the Require SSO checkbox to enforce SSO to your team members.

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