Adding an Azure Active Directory

Prerequisites

  1. In your Azure Active Directory, add your Smoothwall Filter and Firewall as an App registration. See the Microsoft help topic, Register an application with the Microsoft identity platform.
  2. Click the App registration name to view the details that you'll need to create your connection within your Smoothwall Filter and Firewall:
  3. Make sure you add Microsoft Graph API permissions for the registered app that allows the Smoothwall Filter and Firewall to read the directory's details. See the Microsoft help topic, Permissions and consent in the Microsoft identity platform endpoint.
  4. From Certificates and secrets, create a new client secret and copy the value. See the Microsoft help topic, Add credentials to your web application.

Warning: The secret value becomes hidden if you navigate away from the page or if you wait longer than an hour. You should make a copy of the secret value before this becomes hidden.

Procedure

  1. On the SERVICES menu, under the Authentication submenu, click Directories.
  2. Click Add new directory and
  3. From the Type, select Azure AD.
  4. Type in the Azure Active Directory Name.
  5. Using the information that you got from the registered App, type in the Application (client) ID as the Client ID and the Directory (tenant) ID as the Tenant ID.
  6. Paste the Client secret that you copied from certificates and secrets for the Secret.
  7. Type in a descriptive Comment and click Add.

Follow-up task

Read more

About the Azure Active Directory (Azure AD)

Things you can do here

Mapping directory groups to local Smoothwall Filter and Firewall groups

Page reference details

Add new / Edit directory

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