Set Up End-User Recovery for Office 365 with SharePoint Server Using Azure AD
Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) is a third-party identity provider that can act as the IdP when your users log on to the Web Console. To provide end-user access through the Web Console, you must register the application in Azure AD, and create a SAML application in the Command Center.
Note: You do not need to perform this task if you do not intend to provide end-user access through the Web Console.
Before You Begin
- You must have the Azure Active Directory Premium P1 or Premium P2 edition. For information, go to the Microsoft Azure Active Directory documentation.
- Create a certificate and private key (Java keystore (jks) file).
- Create a user group.
The following is a high-level description of the steps that you perform to provide end-use access through the Web Console. For more details, refer to the specific procedures.
- Using Azure AD, register the application.
- In the Command Center, create a SAML application.
- Using Azure AD, replace the reply URL with the one that you generated when you created the SAML application.
- Configure the Web Console.
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