Incoming SAML 2.0 Single Sign-On with Azure AD

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Applies to: Pro, Plus, & Enterprise Plans

The main purpose of establishing a Single Sign On (SSO) process with Absorb is to allow your users a single point of entry into your system while providing them access to multiple other independent systems. With this process a user logs in with a single ID to gain access to a multitude of other systems without being prompted for different usernames and passwords.

Absorb LMS is listed in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace for quick and easy configuration. Microsoft Azure has a fantastic tutorial article that covers setting up SSO between Azure and Absorb end-to-end. Click here to view the tutorial.

Please note that SSO is an additional feature that usually involves an additional fee and technical resources on the client side to develop and/or configure the solution.

Disclaimer: Absorb LMS supports Incoming SAML 2.0 Single Sign-On as a feature, however we do not officially support any specific client-side (IdP) solution. Although Azure AD is known to generally work with our implementation of SAML SSO, it is the client's responsibility to configure/develop and maintain their side of the integration. This will require a client resource who is knowledgeable and familiar with your particular Azure AD environment. 

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