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SafeNet Trusted Access for Azure Active Directory

Overview

Configuring SafeNet Trusted Access for Azure Active Directory is a three-step process:

1.SafeNet Trusted Access setup

2.Azure Active Directory setup

3.Verify authentication

SafeNet Trusted Access Setup

Perform the following steps to activate the Azure Active Directory application in SafeNet Trusted Access:

1.On the STA console, browse to the Applications pane, and select the Azure Active Directory application.

2.Rename the application to suit your requirements and select Add.

3.The following JSON text, required in the next section, displays.

4.Select Copy to copy the JSON text to the clipboard or select Email to send the text to the Azure Active Directory administrator.

5.Select Assign at the top of the pane. Select which users are assigned to the application and then select Save Configuration.

6.If required, create a STA policy for Azure Active Directory.

Azure Active Directory Setup

1.On the Azure Portal, in the left pane of the dashboard, select Azure Active Directory.

Your organization's configuration options display in the right pane of the dashboard.

2.In the left pane of your organization's configuration options, under Security, select Conditional Access.

3.On the Conditional Access – Policies window, in the left pane, under Manage, select Custom controls (preview).

4.In the right pane, select +New custom control to create a new control policy for SafeNet Trusted Access.

5.On the New custom control window, paste the JSON that you copied earlier in step 4 of SafeNet Trusted Access Setup.

6. Select Create.

Verify Authentication

Perform the following steps to verify SafeNet Trusted Access as your Identity Provider in Azure Active Directory:

1.On the Azure Portal, in the left pane of the dashboard, select Azure Active Directory.

Your organization's configuration options display in the right pane of the dashboard.

2. In the left pane of your organization's configuration options, under Security, select Conditional Access.

3.The Conditional Access – Policies options will be displayed.

4.Add a new policy by selecting +New policy or to modify an existing policy, select it and proceed to step 11.

5.In the New policy pane, under Assignments, select Users and groups.

6.In the Users and groups pane, add the required users and groups.

7.In the New policy pane, under Access Controls, select Grant.

8.Add the required Access Controls then click Select.

9.Set Enable Policy to ON and click Create.

10.In the policy pane, under Access Controls, ensure that Grant is selected.

11.Modify the enforced controls and add SafeNet MFA. Set multiple controls as required and confirm with Select at the bottom.

12.Ensure Enable Policy is set to ON and click Save.

13.In a new browser window, navigate to the application associated with your Conditional Access Policy.

14.Enter your Azure Active Directory email address, and select Next.

You will be redirected to the STA login page and prompted for credentials based on the Policy Setting for Azure Active Directory.

After successful authentication, you will be redirected and logged into the application.

 

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