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Configure SSO with AzureAD

Manage access to your MineOS account using Microsoft AzureAD

Before you start, make sure you have:

  • An Azure account (you can create one if you don't have)
  • MineOS enterprise account


Creating an app on AzureAD:

To register your app with Azure AD, see Microsoft's Quickstart: Register an application with the Microsoft identity platform

During registration, configure the following settings:

  • Name: MineOS
  • Supported account types: To allow users from external organizations (like other Azure AD directories) choose the appropriate multitenant option. Multitenant options include the following: Accounts in any organizational directory (Any Azure AD directory - Multitenant).
  • Redirect URI: Select a platform of Web, and enter:

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Creating a client secret

If you set up an expiring secret, please make sure to record the expiration date; you will need to renew the key before that day to avoid a service interruption.

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Once the client secret has been created, make a note of it's value.

Finally, Send the following information to your MineOS customer success manager:

  • Azure AD primary domain (you can find it under Azure -> Active Directory -> Primary Domain)
  • Email Domain
  • Application (client) ID (this can be found in the app's overview page)
  • Client Secret Value
  • Supported account types (multitenant or single organization)

Don't forget to assign this app to users in your organization that need access to MineOS.