Setting up SAML with Azure AD

Learn how to setup Single Sign On with Azure Active Directory

Note: Single Sign-On features are available to customers at the Enterprise or Education Plus tiers.

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To create the application:

  1. Open up Azure AD and in the left-hand column select Enterprise Applications.
  2. Click + New Application then select Create your own application
  3. Name the application "SyncSketch" and select Integrate any other application you don't find in the gallery
  4. After you've created the application, assign all your users.  Then click into step 2 Set up single sign on.
  5. Select SAML

In step 1 (Basic SAML Configuration)

Enter the following values:

Identifier (Entity ID)
Reply URL (Assertion Consumer Service URL)
Sign on URL
Relay State * Request this value from SyncSketch *
Logout Url * Leave blank *

In step 3 (SAML Signing Certificate)

Click Import Certificate

Request the .pfx certificate file and password from SyncSketch, then upload and enter the password.

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Ensure the certificate you uploaded from SyncSketch is active and the others are inactive or deleted.

Click the Signing Option drop down and select Sign SAML response and assertion

Click Save and then check for the certificates Azure created.

Download the Base64 certificate from your Azure AD App and send it to SyncSketch.

What you give SyncSketch

Provide SyncSketch with the Login URL, Azure AD Identifier, and Logout URL from step 4

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That's it! Once we've received your information we'll update our servers and you should be good to go. We are happy to walk you through the process as well over video chat and make sure everything is working before you let your users know.