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Unable to enter Tennant URL when setting up SSO User provisioning

As per the following guide from AWS: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/singlesignon/latest/userguide/azure-ad-idp.html

We should see the Tennant URL field, instead we appear to only see the clientsecret & Secret Token fields

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Yes, Copied the SCIM endpoint value in AWS SSO and Paste that value into the clientsecret field in Azure AD.

And copied the Access token value in AWS SSO. Paste that value into the Secret Token field in Azure AD.




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