|Applies to: Intune in the classic console|
|Looking for documentation about Intune on Azure? Go here.|
Azure AD SSO is used when you integrate Intune with Skycure. Here are the main benefits:
Admins can use the same credentials without having to type it again every time they log in and out from the Microsoft portals (Intune, Azure) and Skycure Management console.
End-users can use the same Azure AD credentials without having to type it again every time they log in and out from the Skycure apps.
Below are the steps to integrate Skycure with Azure Active Directory Single Sign On (SSO).
To retrieve the Azure Active Directory Tenant ID
You need to retrieve the Azure AD Tenant ID.
Go to the Azure portal and sign in with your credentials.
You can see the Dashboard, choose Azure Active Directory.
- The Azure Active Directory blade opens, choose Properties.
- Click on the Copy icon under the Tenant Directory ID at Azure Active Directory Properties blade.
Paste the copied Directory ID value in a text file so you can use it later. The Directory ID value will be required later in the Skycure and Intune integration process.
Allow Skycure to communicate with Azure Active Directory
Enter the below URL in your browser. Instead of DIRECTORY_ID, enter your Azure Active Directory Tenant ID previously copied to the text file.
You need to login using your Azure Active Directory credentials. Click Accept to continue.
Create an Azure AD Security group for Skycure (optional)
You might want to create a dedicated user group which contain users running Skycure (e.g Skycure users). This can be helpful when analyzing Skycure activity through the reports.
You can also use an existing Azure AD security group.
Configure the Azure AD account to integrate Intune with Skycure
- From the Skycure Management Console, enter the Azure Active Directory Tenant ID previously saved in the text file.
Skycure validates if the Azure AD Tenant ID exists by querying Azure AD, once Skycure finds it, the admin can proceed to next step, which is the Basic setup.