MS Azure AD enterprise authentication (beta)
BETA FEATURE: We’re still working on this, but you can request early access and help us make it better.
Kinde supports the use of Microsoft Azure AD as an enterprise-level single sign on (SSO) authentication method.
Before you begin
To add a Microsoft Azure AD connection
In Kinde, go to Settings, then choose Authentication.
Scroll down to the Enterprise Connections section and select Add connection. The Add connection window opens.
Select the kind of connection you want to add and then select Add.
On the tile for the new connection, select Configure.
- Enter a Connection name
- Enter your Microsoft Azure AD domain
- Enter the Client ID and Client secret
- Enter Home realm domains
- Select the Identity API you are using
- If you want, select the Use common endpoint option
- Copy the Copy the Callback URL. You’ll need to enter this in your Microsoft Azure AD app
- In the Applications section, select the applications you want to activate the connection for
Repeat from step 2 to add more connections.
Test each connection before enabling in production for users.
To edit or disconnect a connection
- In Kinde, go to Settings, then choose Authentication.
- Scroll down to the Enterprise Connections section and select Configure on the connection you want to edit.
- In the connection details window, update the settings you want.
- In the Applications section, disconnect or reconnect your applications.
- Select Save.