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Microsoft SSO

Integrating Microsoft SSO with Osano

Connecting to Microsoft SSO


In order for Osano to discover data stored in your systems, we must connect to those data providers via an API. We require, at minimum, read-only access to establish a connection to these providers. Each provider you connect may require different information. Please see the linked vendor documentation for instructions on where and how to obtain this data.


Prerequisites

  • Ensure you have administrator access to your Microsoft Azure account.
  • Have your Client ID, Scope, Tenant ID and Client Secret ready.
  • Make sure you have the following permissions for your application in your Microsoft Azure portal.
    • Application.Read.All

Step by step guide

  1. Access Data Mapping Settings:

    • Navigate to the Data Mapping page in the Osano application.
    • Select Sources from the left-hand navigation menu.
  2. Select SSO as Source type

  3. From the available SSO sources, select Microsoft.

  4. Configure Microsoft SSO Integration:

    • Follow the on-screen instructions to configure your Microsoft SSO integration.
    • Enter your Client ID, Scope, Tenant ID and Client Secret.
    • Click Save.

    Microsoft SSO data source

  5. View Microsoft SSO Integration:

    • Once saved, you will see your Microsoft SSO integration in the list of configured SSO sources.
    • Your integration will include apps that already exist in your Microsoft Azure portal.
  6. Click into the Applications to view the applications that synced from Microsoft. Microsoft App

  7. Create a new data store:

    • To proceed with creating a new data store, click on Review.
    • Follow the prompts to create a new data store. Microsoft App review