To configure Azure AD to sign in users into UserEcho using SAML, follow those steps.



In Azure management, do the following:

  • In Azure management, navigate to Active directory [1] then select corresponding directory [2].
  • Click on the Applications tab [3] and then click on the Add button [4].
  • In the popup window select "Add an application from the gallery"




  • Then in the application gallery select CUSTOM [1], name it "UserEcho" and save [3]



  • Thin click on the CONFIGURE tab & Edit settings button



  • Select Microsoft Azure AD Sign-On [1] then continue [2]



  • Then set ISSUER URL [1] & REPLY URL [2] you can get it from the https://[your community URL].userecho.com/settings/features/saml2/ SAML settings section. ISSUER URL = Metadata URL, REPLY URL = ACS URL. Note that [4] must be replaced with your UserEcho project alias. Then continue [3]



  • Download certificate [1]
  • Copy the SINGLE SIGN-ON SERVICE URL [2]
  • Copy the SINGLE SIGN-OUT SERVICE URL [3]
  • Set checkbox [4]
  • Continue [5]
  • & Save on the last step.



In UserEcho, do the following:

  1. Go to Settings → Integrations → Single sign-on SAML2.
  2. Input the SAML SSO URL [1] of your Identity Provider (required). This is the SINGLE SIGN-ON SERVICE URL copied in step above.
  3. Paste your Azure AD x509 certificate. This is the x509 certificate copied in step above.
  4. Then, press Save settings.


Then go to Settings → Project → Login settings and enable SAML redirect.



  • Assign AD users to the application Select [1] then select required users & click on Assign [2]




To test do the following:

Go to https://[your community URL].userecho.com and attempt to sign in, at which point you should be signed in through Azure AD.



You're done!

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