Automatic sign-in for Azure Active Directory allows users to sign in to Cayosoft Web Portal using their Office 365 account, without providing their credentials to Cayosoft Administrator. All user interactions happen with the Microsoft Office Sign-in page and might include additional verification steps, like the second factor, depending on Azure AD configuration. This method enables Single Sign-On (SSO) experience for delegated administrators and employees.
Each user who requires access to the Cayosoft Web Portal must have a valid Office 365 account that belongs to Office 365 tenant managed by Cayosoft Administrator.
Cayosoft Administrator configuration for Automatic sign-in for Azure Active Directory
Web Portal SSL certificate
To enable automatic sign-in for Azure Active Directory, a valid SSL certificate must be configured for Cayosoft Web Portal. For details on how to configure Web Portal with an SSL certificate, please see Cayosoft Administrator Web Portal configuration article.
Web Portal settings
Run Cayosoft Administrator console
Navigate to Home > Configuration > Web Portal > Web Portal Settings
In User sign-in authentication method section select Automatic sign-in (SSO) for Azure Active Directory / Office 365 accounts
Click Save Changes
- Perform an IIS reset:
- Click on Start > All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt
- Type iisreset
- Click Enter
- Once the message "Internet services successfully restarted" is displayed, close the Command Prompt
Web Portal delegation
If users were not previously delegated with access to Web Portal, create a delegation rule and define which Web Queries and Actions the delegated administrator will have the permissions to. For details please see the Role-based delegation article.
|7.2.0||Automatic sign-in (SSO) for Azure Active Directory is introduced in the product.|