To enable authentication via Azure SSO you can access the Engageable Authentication Settings under the Users section.
- Only use Azure for Login: Should Engageable allow logins/registrations from other domains?
- Use Azure for Roles: When a user logs in via Azure overwrite their roles and items they Oversee with data from Azure
- Azure Domains: e.g. yourdomain.com, student.yourdomain.com
- Azure Setup Email: This is used to trigger SSO only on this email so setup can be tested and setup without disrupting users.
You can export the required Azure groups in User > Management > Export for AD If you choose this option you may lose Admin access so use with caution. Azure groups will overide any existing Engageable permissions.
Once you have enabled Azure and entered the domains you want to use you will need to enable permissions for Engageable to read the users groups in Azure.
- Using an Azure email address from your Azure account login to Engageable on your URL (yourname.engageable.com.au)
- Once you have authenticated with this account log back into your Azure Portal
- Got to Active Directory > Enterprise Applications > Engageable or EngageableStaging
- Click on Permissions on the left side
- Click on Grant Admin Permissions for Engageable and accept the access