Configuring Microsoft for Single Sign On (SSO)

Our step by step guide on how to configure Microsoft for Single Sign On

Introduction

This guide explains how to configure Microsoft for Single Sign On (SSO) with Safeter. This could be for a number of different reasons, including:

  1. You plan to integrate Microsoft with Safeter, to onboard employees added in Microsoft.
  2. All employees of the organization will be able to sign in to Safeter using the Microsoft option on the login page.
  3. As new users join or leave the organization, their sign in for Safeter will be automatically disabled by Microsoft.

Prerequisite

In order to get started, your organization will need a Microsoft Office365 Global Admin account with Microsoft Azure AD configured and a list of employees added.

You will also need to make sure that you have a Safeter account with Super Admin privilege's. If you are unsure, please contact our support team.

Getting Started

1. Sign Into Microsoft

  1. Sign in to your Microsoft Global Administrator account

2. Sign Into Safeter and Assign Permissions

  1. Sign in to our Safeter web app by clicking on the Microsoft icon at the bottom of the login screen

  2. You may be prompted to Sign In to Microsoft once more, please complete this if required
  3. When presented with a Permissions Requested screen, press the Consent on behalf of your organization checkbox and press Accept



Note: If you are unable to consent on behalf of your organization, you may not have sufficient privilege's on Microsoft to provide the necessary access. Please contact your IT System Administrator for assistance.


That's it! You should now be all set. Your employees will now be able to sign in to Safeter using their Microsoft logins. Please note, that it may take between 48-72 hours for Microsoft's systems to sync the changes.

Limiting Safeter Access

Should you wish to limit access to Safeter to a number of employees, this would need to be completed within the Microsoft Azure AD portal. You can find more information on Microsoft's Help Center.

Having Issues or Need Support?

Not a problem, please reach out to our customer support team who will be more than happy to help resolve your issues.