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How can I setup SSO on my account via Microsoft Azure?

To enable SSO on your FAX.PLUS account via Azure Active Directory and let your members access FAX.PLUS from their Azure dashboard, make sure you are subscribed to the Enterprise plan and have admin access to both FAX.PLUS and Microsoft Azure, and then:

Add FAX.PLUS App to Azure AD


1. Go to the Enterprise Applications section on your Azure AD admin panel.

2. Click on “New Application”, search for “FAX.PLUS” as the app name and select Create.


3. On the left sidebar, click on the Single sign-on followed by the SAML.

4. In the Basic SAML Configuration section, make sure the data is as below:
- Identifier (Entity ID):
https://app.fax.plus/sso/metadata
- Reply URL (Assertion Consumer Service URL):
https://app.fax.plus/sso/login

5. In the SAML Signing Certificate and  Set up FAX.PLUS sections, keep a copy of:
- Login URL
- Azure AD Identifier
- Certificate (Base64) downloaded as txt

Configure SAML 2.0 on FAX.PLUS

1. Go to the Security section in your Admin Profile.

2. Scroll down to Advanced.

3. Click on the Activate Single Sign-On button to open the configuration panel

4. Fill in the Entity ID section with the Azure AD Identifier provided

5. Fill in the Single Sign-On URL section with the Login URL provided

6. Add the Base64 certificate text in the section X.509 Certificate

7. Leave the “Only Allow SSO Login for Admin User” item unchecked if you wish to still be able to login via your FAX.PLUS username and password (only applies to the admin).

8. Click on Confirm.