For Pronestor Room & Catering in the cloud, SSO is possible to setup through the customer's Azure AD.
It will enable users to utilize their existing login credentials - and it will allow IT managers to ensure that logins and password policies to be maintained within their Azure AD.
Setting up SSO - is a two-step setup:
1. step requires the customer to allow Pronestor to authenticate towards their Azure AD
2. step requires Pronestor to configure Pronestor Room & Catering to authenticate towards the customers Azure AD
In the example, an imagined customer, Acme Inc, is provisioned on https://<customer_name>.pronestor.com
They are an Office 365 customer with the domain "acme.com". Their Office 365 account is backed by an underlying Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) instance.
1. STEP - [performed by the customer]
The customer must create a new application in Azure AD.
In this guide, we will reference the customer as by acme.com - which should be replaced with customer's domain.
- Login to Windows Azure portal - https://manage.windowsazure.com
- Select “Azure Active Directory” in the left-hand side menu.
- Choose "App registrations"
- Click "+ New application registration"
- In the name field - give your application a name (e.g. Pronestor Room & Catering)
- In application type choose the option “Web app/API"
- Set "Sign - on URL" : https://<customer_name>.pronestor.com>/Booking.NET/Login.mvc/Login
- Click "Create"
- Choose "Settings"->"Properties"
- Copy text from "Home page URL" to "App ID URI"
- Set "Multi-tenanted" to "No"
- Click "Save"
2. STEP - [performed by Pronestor]