1. Click “Enterprise applications” under the left-hand Manage menu

  2. Select “New application” (above light purple bar in screenshot below)

  3. Other common platform connections (i.e. AWS, Google cloud, SAP, Salesforce) likely already have preconfigured setup tiles which appear in the gallery as shown below. Aclaimant is a custom setup. To do this, click “+ Create your own application”.

  4. Enter a name for the app that your organization will recognize like “Aclaimant”. The option “Integrate any other application you don’t find in the gallery” should remain selected.

  5. Click “Create” at the bottom.

  6. Add a user who can test the SSO once it it configured. Click “+ Add user”.

  7. Search for the person who you want to SSO access for and select them on the right.

  8. Select “SAML” as the single sign-on method.

  9. Click “Edit” in the top right of “Basic SAML Configuration” section so that you can enter the two required pieces of information shown in red.

  10. Here is the information needed to enter into Azure AD. Click “Save” once links have been entered.

    1. Reply URL (Assertion Consumer Service URL): https://api.aclaimant.com/auth/saml

    2. Identifier (Entity ID): https://api.aclaimant.com/auth/saml/metadata

  11. Please download the SAML signing Certificate and Log-in URL to provide back to Aclaimant so configuration can be setup on Aclaimant side

    1. Certificate (Azure Terminology) = Public Key (Aclaimant Terminology)

    2. Log-in URL (Azure Terminology) = Entity Key (Aclaimant Terminology)

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