Single Sign-On and Auto Login in a domain network using Windows Active Directory RRS feed

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  • We are trying to accomplish single sign on with Azure active directory. We have domain network set up with the on-premise active directory on local windows server at our organization. Users can login to their windows machine using
    credential which is validated from the windows active directory. Users of the active directory can login to their systems. We have set up the single sign on for Office 365. Once user logs in to the system, there is no need to login to Office 365 separately. User credential of windows machine of current user is passed to the office 365 portal and the user logs into the office 365 portal automatically. We want to follow same approach for our application.

    We are developing business application which will be hosted on Azure. We want this application should have functionality of Single Sign-On, just like office 365. There are the following scenarios for application users,

    1) Login from organization i.e domain network.
    - User will login to Window machine using the on-premise active directory user account.
    - When the user navigate to application's website in browser on machine, application should not ask for credentials to login whereas use the windows credential of the current logged in user.
    - All the roles associated to that user will be consider while showing content in the application.

    2) Login from outside of organization.
    - If the user wants to access the application from the outside, application will ask or the credential.
    - User need to enter the active directory credential to login.

    So what should be the approach? How can I achieve this? Please help.

    • Moved by Caillen Monday, August 17, 2015 2:28 AM
    Friday, August 14, 2015 11:27 AM


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