Azure AD configuration and technical details

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Azure AD configuration and technical details


To integrate your Customer Portal with your corporate Azure AD you need to carry out the configuration steps as described in this section.

Note that these are done only once, typically by an admin user of your Customer Portal having access to your Azure AD.


Once you have carried out these steps users sign in to any cloud-based service directly via your Azure AD, as described at Signing the Customer Portal.


Before you start

The Customer Portal and cloud-based services supports Azure AD using the WS-Federation protocol. Other protocols are not supported.


What you need to do

An outline describing the configuration needed to sign in with Azure AD considers these steps:

1.Create company users

2.Register an authorized application to be used solely by Customer Portal or any other cloud-based service

3.Communicate to Bizagi for the next steps



Follow the steps presented to integrate your Azure AD after you've created the company users:


Register an authorized application.

This step is done directly at your Azure portal by doing:


Sign in to Azure's portal at




Go into your Active Directory.

Click the Azure Active Directory option at the left panel to add a new application to it.




Add a new app.

Click the App registrations option and click on New registration located in the ribbon.




Input the app's basic details:

Give this application a name (can be changed later), select a Supported account Type (Single-tenant Recommended) and set


as Redirect URI. Web option must be selected.




Click Register. The application might take several minutes to create your new application




Make sure that the Redirect URI in the newly created app is ok, to do this, click the Redirect URI option of the newly added app.




Make sure is the accounts URL:




Open the Expose API menu,  click on Set Application ID URI




and configure


as your App ID URI




Click Save when done.


Add a new Scope and register the following information:

Scope name: https://accounts-[your_company]

Who can consent: Admins and users




Add the scope.




Set the Home page URL of the newly created app

To do this, go into the Branding option of the newly added app and set the Home page URL with https://accounts-[your_company] and click Save.




Set the appropriate permissions

To do this, go into the API permissions option of the newly added app and then, click Add permission.




Scroll Down until Supported legacy API and select Azure Active Directory Graph.




Select Delegated permissions and set it as is showed in the image:




Click Add permissions to finish.


Open the Endpoints section of your application:




And copy the Federation metadata document:




This information needs to be delivered to our support team.


Communicate with Bizagi for next steps

This step is done by contacting our support team or onboarding manager to share certain information so that the integration is successful.

Communicate to Bizagi the URL of Azure's metadata file employed for this integration.

Note that this URL needs to be publicly-available so that the Bizagi service from the cloud can target it (this file doesn't hold sensitive information).