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SAML - step-by-step configuration in Azure
SAML - step-by-step configuration in Azure
SAML configuration in Azure
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Written by Anna Sykut
Updated over a week ago

SAML enables you to access multiple web applications using one set of credentials. You can turn on SAML authentication to log in to your TRAFFIT. This feature is available for users in Elite plan.

To enable it, follow these steps:

1. Log in to Azure Portal and choose “Enterprise applications

(If you don't see this option on your dashboard, go to “Manage Azure Active Directory” and choose “Enterprise applications” tab in the left menu)

2. Click on the “New applications” button:

3. Confirm creating a new application in the next step:

4. A new modal will appear on the right side of the screen. Type in the name of your new application. It can be eg. SAML or Traffit SAML.

The “Integrate any other application you don't find in the gallery (Non-gallery)” option should be checked.

Click “Create

5. The summary of your newly created application will appear. Click on “Set up single sign on” tile or the “Single sign-on” tab in the left menu:

6. Choose SAML in the next step.

7. Go to the first section called “Basic SAML Configuration” and use the Edit icon:

8. Use the blue “Add identifier” and “Add reply URL” buttons to fill in these fields with the following patterns:

Add identifier: {YOUR TRAFFIT DOMAIN}/saml/metadata

Add reply URL: {YOUR TRAFFIT DOMAIN}/saml/acs


Confirm changes using Save button.

When asked about running a test, choose: “No, I’ll test later”.

9. After saving the changes go to section 3 - “SAML Certificates”.

Find the “Certificate (RAW)” field and click "Download" to download the certificate. You will need it in a moment.

10. Move to section 4 to get the URL addresses necessary in the configuration process:

11. Send the:

  • Login URL

  • Azure AD Identifier

  • certificate downloaded in step 9

to your TRAFFIT account manager or directly to TRAFFIT's devs team: [email protected]

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