To set up Azure Active Directory in Active Administrator, you must configure your Azure Active Directory domain.
There are two steps to setting up Azure Active Directory domains.
1. Add Active Administrator as a native client application in your Azure Active Directory domain.
2. Add the Azure Active Directory domain to Active Administrator.
To set up Azure Active Directory for Active Administrator
1 Log on to Azure Active Directory with an administrative account.
2 Select your domain.
3 Select Applications | Add.
4 Select Add an application my organization is developing.
5 Enter Active Administrator as a name for the application.
6 Select the Native Client Application type.
7 Set the Redirect URL to http://localhost.
8 Click Configure.
9 Select the following permissions:
• Access your organization’s directory
• Read and write directory data
• Enable sign-on and read users’ profiles
10 Click Save.
To set up Active Administrator for Azure Active Directory
1 Select Configuration | Azure AD Configuration.
2 Click Add Domain.
3 Select Enabled, if necessary. The domain is enabled by default.
4 Enter the fully qualified name of the Azure Active Directory domain.
5 Enter the display name for Active Administrator within Windows Azure®.
6 Enter the unique identifier for Active Administrator.
7 Enter the URI to which Azure Active Directory will redirect in response to an OAuth 2.0 request.
The URL does not need to be a physical end point, but must be a valid URI. Azure Active Directory will check that the redirect URI that Active Administrator supplies in the OAuth 2.0 request matches one of the registered values. The redirect URI for Active Administrator defaults to http://localhost.
8 Enter a description, if desired.
9 Click Test to test the connection.
10 Click Close.
11 Click OK.