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Azure + IX Workplace

Azure + IX Workplace

Azure + IX Workplace

Has anyone successfully integrated Azure with AADS using Oauth2?

I am having some troubles getting it to download the /acs/resources/configurations/ file.

I have it currently setup to only use Azure as the AD, but when I go to publish I do not get any group options to publish my dynamic settings to. I suspect because it also needs Active Directory configured as well and not only just Azure.

Do I also have to configure a Active Directory configuration as well?

RE: Azure + IX Workplace

That ain't gonna work! You need to do it by SAML. Otherwise, if they have a hybrid AD environment, point to the prem AD.

What that means is you connect to an LDAP - AD or the on-board openLDAP in AADS.

People go to https://aads/acs/resources/configurations?prefered...

And then you setup the KeyCloak software in AADS to point to O365. So, you won't get a password field in IX Workplace, you'll get a web page of a O365 login window.

Not sure that's GA yet - you still might need a magic code from the product house to turn it on in AADS.

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