SSO for AdminConsole using Azure ActiveDirectory
AdminConsole of NirvaShare comes with default in-built user store to support multiple admin users. It is also possible to configure AdminConsole to use external Identity providers like IAM Identity Center, Active Directory, etc. In this document, we will configure AdminConsole to use Azure ActiveDirectory, so that users from ActiveDirectory will be able to login to AdminConsole using SAML 2.0 SSO.
As prerequisites you will need to have:
- Make sure NirvaShare is installed either in your environment either manually or from MarketPlace.
- Make sure the proper domain name and SSL certificate is configured for AdminConsole.
- You will require access to your ActiveDirectory as a console administrator.
- On the top menu, click on New application
- On the top menu, click on Create your own application
- Provide a name as nirvashare-adminConsole and click on Create
- Once the newly created application is selected, click on Single sign-on from the left menu tab.
- We need to enable SAML, hence click on SAML block on right hand side and scroll down.
- Download the Federation Metadata XML file from SAML Signing Certificate section. Save it in to your local file system as idp-metadata.xml
- Above file is the SAML metadata file for Azure ActiveDirectory and same will be required while configuring NirvaShare Admin Console.
- Click on Users and groups from left tab and make sure to assign few users to this application.
- Please note that, you can also use a group and assign multiple users to it, for now we will deal with user.
Now that you have the SAML metadata file of Azure ActiveDirectory identity provider, please refer to the below documentation to configure SSO for AdminConsole of NirvaShare.
- SSO Configuration for AdminConsole
- Based on the above documentation, you can obtain SAML metadata file of NirvaShare.
- In the Azure SAML Single sign-on page, upload the SAML metadata file of NirvaShare.
At this juncture, you will require SAML metadata obtained from the earlier steps from Admin Console.
- Click on Upload metadata file select the admin-console-metatdata.xml from your local system
- Save it.
Now open AdminConsole https://<your adminConsole domain> this will redirect to Azure ActiveDirectory and perform SSO for authentication. Reach out to our support in case of any help or assistance needed.