To set up Single Sign-On (SSO) for Simply Stakeholders, you would need Azure AD (or Office 365/Microsoft 365 which includes Azure AD). You would then need to provide to us your Tenant ID (a globally unique identifier (GUID) that is different than your tenant name or domain), so we can set up your account from our end.

Once the Tenant ID has been passed to our team, your IT administrator can do the following to set up the SSO:

  • Open the Azure Portal and navigate to the Azure AD page

  • Navigate to the "Enterprise Applications" tab and click "New application"

  • Search for "Simply Stakeholders", select the "Simply Stakeholders - Darzin Software" result and click "Sign up for Simply Stakeholders"

  • Click "Sign in with Microsoft", which will redirect to an Azure AD login page

  • Consent to the required permissions on behalf of the organisation:

    • View users' basic profile (profile)

    • Maintain access to data you have given it access to (openid)

  • You will be redirected to an "Error signing in with external account" page, this can be ignored

Once that's done, the users can link their Azure AD accounts from Simply Stakeholders:

  • Log into Simply Stakeholders

  • Navigate to the Admin > External Accounts (SSO) page

  • Click the "Sign in with Microsoft" button, which will open an Azure AD login page in a new tab

  • If the user is already signed in, they'll be automatically redirected to a "Successfully linked external account" page.

Once the users have linked their accounts, they can log in by clicking the "Sign in with Microsoft" button on the login page instead of entering their Client Code, Username and Password.

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