This article will guide you through setting up single sign-on (SSO) with Azure AD.
Before you get started, make sure you have done the following:
- You have read and understood the SSO limitations page.
- You have read and understood the feature comparison page, as SSO users will not be able to login to the Dashlane desktop apps.
- You have signed up for a Dashlane Business Plan. Dashlane Team does allow enabling SSO.
- You have access to the SSO Identity Providers metadata and console (if applicable)
- You have the ability to create an Ubuntu VM—no further linux experience is required!
Prepare the Azure Enterprise SSO Application
- Login to portal.azure.com with your administrator azure account.
- Use the search bar to open the Enterprise Applications module
- Select ‘New application’
- Select ‘non-gallery application’
- Give it a name like “Dashlane SSO” and click add
- Go to the Dashlane SSO enterprise application properties page, and click the ‘set up single sign on’ button.
- On the Select a single sign-on method, select SAML
- Go to the section for the SAML Signing Certificate > Federation Metadata XML and click the link to Download
- Follow the Dashlane connector setup guide
Complete The Azure Enterprise Application Setup
- Now that the SSO connector is configured, download the SSO connector metadata by going to
https://sso connector url>/saml from your web browser. This is the URL you configured Dashlane administrator console > Settings > SAML SSO > SSO connector endpoint.
- For example: https://dashlanesso.dashlaneinc.com/saml
- The SSO connector metadata will download to automatically when you connect to the URL.
- In your Azure Enterprise Application, upload the metadata file you downloaded in step 10.
- Once uploaded, you will see the Entity ID and Reply URL are populated, if for some reason they do not auto-populate you can enter the following in the fields manually.
- In Azure, add your desired users or groups rights to the newly created application.
- Login to https://console.dashlane.com > Settings > SAML SSO > test SSO connection.
- Click the button to Enable SSO
- Review the user management guides to add users to Dashlane!