- 1. Sign in to Office 365 at https://login.microsoftonline.com
as the administrator of your Work or School account
- 2. Choose the Admin tile
- 3. On the left navigation bar under Admin Centers choose Azure AD
- 4. Select your domain from the Active Directory tab
- 5. Select the Applications tab and click Add on the bottom of the page
- 6. Select Add an application my organization is developing
- 7. Give your application a name and select Web application and/or web API as the type.
- 9. Set your Sign-on URL and App ID URI. The sign-on URL should use the format http://FQHN/auth/azure_oauth2/callback where FQHN is the FQDN or IP address for your Rocket. The App ID URI will be your FQHN.
- 10. Your application has now been added. Select the Configure tab on your new application
- 11. Scroll down to the “permissions to other applications” section and set the following permissions:
Application: Read directory data.
Delegated: Access the directory as the signed-in user, Read directory data, Sign in and read user profile.
- 12. Click Save.
- 13. Take note of your Client ID.
- 14. Under Keys choose a duration in order to create a key.
Important: You can only view the key once upon initial creation, so copy and save it to a document that you’ll be able to retrieve later.
- 15. Click Save to view your key.
Configure the Office 365 Authentication Source on the Web Filter
|Name||Name of the Authentication Source for use in the Web Filter UI.|
|Description||Description of the Authentication Source for use in the Web Filter UI.|
|Friendly Name||Name visible to end users when used with web authentications, overrides, and web – zone administrator login.|
|Domain||The optional top-level domain name.|
|Client ID||The Client ID provided by the 365 web application.|
|Client Secret||The Client Secret provided by the 365 web application.|
|Available to End Users||Select (check) this checkbox to use this source for web authentication.|