Generate the Reply URL (Azure AD)

Azure uses your Reply URL to redirect users back to Cloud after they have signed in with Azure.

To generate a Reply URL in Cloud:

  1. Ensure you have the Settings Admin role or equivalent permissions.

  2. From the Cloud menu (), select Settings | Single Sign-On | Identity Provider.

  3. On the Identity Provider page, complete the following fields:

    • Identity provider name: Enter a meaningful name for your identity provider. For example, Azure. This name will be displayed next to your Reply URL to identify it.

      Note: This name cannot exceed 32 characters and can only contain letters, numbers, underscores, plus and minus signs.

    • Identity provider metadata endpoint: Enter your metadata endpoint. To learn more, see Copy the metadata endpoint.

    • Client ID: Enter your Application ID. To learn where to find the Application ID, see Register a new app for single sign-on in Azure AD.

    • Client secret: Enter your client secret. To learn more, Generate a client secret.

    The Single Sign-On settings page.

  4. Select Save. Your Reply URL is displayed.

  5. Select the Copy to Clipboard () button to copy your Reply URL. You'll need to add it to your app in Azure AD.

    Use the Copy to Clipboard button to copy your reply URL.

Set your Reply URL in Azure

After you generate a reply URL, you'll need to add it to Azure to ensure that users can sign in successfully.

To set your reply URL in Azure:

  1. Select Azure Active Directory | App Registration, then select your app.

  2. Select Add a Redirect URI.

    Select Add a Redirect URI.

  3. Enter your reply URL in the Redirect URI field.

  4. Select Save.