Single Sign On using SAML2.0 - Azure AD
Enable SSO authentication to the Banyan Command Center via Azure AD using SAML2.0
- Updated on Apr 19, 2023
Admin access to the Banyan Command Center can be configured for Azure AD via the SAML2.0 protocol.
Please review Azure AD’s guide for additional information.
1. Add “Banyan Command Center Application” to your Azure AD Gallery
1.1 Log in to your Azure AD Portal, and then navigate to Enterprise Applications and click New application.
1.2 Search for “Banyan” and then select the option Banyan Command Center.
1.3 On the app overview page, click Create.
2. Assign users and groups
2.1 On the Overview page, click 1. Assign users and groups under Getting Started.
2.2 Assign the users and/or groups who will access the Banyan Command Center.
3. Set up single sign on
3.1 In the Banyan Command Center, navigate to Settings > Admin Sign-on and then make note of the Redirect URL (SAML ACS) in the form of
https://net.banyanops.com/sso?orgname=your_org_name. You will use this value in step 3.5.
Replace “your_org_name” with your org name used in Banyan Command Center.
3.2 In the Azure AD Overview page, click 2. Set up single sign on under Getting Started.
3.3 Under Select a single sign-on method, select SAML.
3.4 Under Step 1 Basic SAML Configuration, click Edit.
3.5 Enter the URL copied from step 3.1 for the values below:
- Identifier (Entity ID)
- Assertion Consumer Service URL
3.6 Click Save.
4. Verify your User Attributes & Claims
4.1 Banyan uses your email address as your username attribute. Verify your User Attributes & Claims that will be presented to Banyan. The Name ID Format should map to Email address or user principal name.
5. Configure your Org Setting in the Banyan Command Center
5.1 In the Azure AD Portal, navigate back to the SAML-based Sign-on configuration page.
5.2 Under Step 3 SAML Signing Certificate, copy the App Federation Metadata Url.
5.3 Under Step 4 Set up Banyan Command Center, copy the Azure AD Identifier. This URL should start with https://sts.windows.net
5.4 In the Banyan Command Center, navigate to Settings > Admin Sign-on.
5.5 In Sign-on Settings, set Sign-On Method to Single Sign On - SAML 2.0.
5.6 Enter the IdP Issuer URL (from step 5.3). The URL should start with https://sts.windows.net
5.7 Enter the IDP Metadata URL (from step 5.2). The IDP Metadata URL should start with https://login.
Banyan will automatically obtain the IdP SSO URL, IdP Entity ID, IdP x.509 Certificate, and other parameters needed to set up SAML 2.0 with Azure AD.
5.8 Click Update to save the configuration.
6. (Optional) Set the Admin Profile in the Org Settings section
By default admins who access the Banyan Command Center using SAML are assigned a “ReadOnly” profile. You can update their profile and change permissions by navigating to Manage Admins and clicking on the admin user in the Banyan Command Center.
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