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Hornbill application is using our ADFS services for authentication and to provide Single Sign On functionality to end users.

We are planning to decommission our ADFS environment and use Azure AD for authentication or SSO requests. Could you please send me some instructions as how we can migrate Hornbill application from ADFS to Azure AD?

I need your support to follow below action plan:

1:  Setup of test URL for Hornbill

2:  Configure SSO using Azure AD for Test URL

3:  Implement the changes for Live URL

Many Thanks

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The setup is fairly straight forward, it would only take a few minutes.  You do a lot with/for us so when you are ready one of our product specialists will gladly jump on a quick remote session and set it, so we will take care of it for you, and if you want we can show you how simple it is too. I presume you are going to be running AD and Azsure AD in parallel for a while? Just schedule a time when you would like to switch over and we will take care of it. 

[edit] I should have mentioned that we would set up both SSO integrations, verify the new and existing one works and show you how to flick the simple switches to enable one and disable the other so you can throw the switch yourself whenever you are ready. 


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Hi Gerry

Thank you for the swift response.

That would be great, would one to the specialists be able to contact my Infrastructure engineer directly as he will be setting this up.

Thanks again


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Hi Adam,

 we'll make contact with Vishal and arrange a time for next week. Has any configuration bee carried out in Azure as per https://azure.microsoft.com/en-gb/documentation/articles/active-directory-saas-custom-apps/ ?

The "Sign on URL", "Identifier", and "Reply URL" can be obtained from the Hornbill metadata which is downloaded via Hornbill Administration (see image below). In your scenario you should only need the information contained in "User", "Admin", and "Service"





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