Introduction to Seamless SSO

Password Hash Synchronization or pass-through authentification allow users to use same user name and password to log in to cloud applications but this is not a “Seamless” access. Even they are using same user name and password, when log in to Azure workloads it will prompt for password. Azure AD Seamless SSO automatically signs users in when they are on their corporate devices connected to your corporate network. When enabled, users don’t need to type in their passwords to sign in to Azure AD, and usually, even type in their […]

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Azure AD Connect – How to connect your Active Directory Domain to Azure AD ? – Part 2 | Pass-through Authentication

Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) Pass-through Authentication allows your users to sign in to both on-premises and cloud-based applications using the same passwords. This feature provides your users a better experience – one less password to remember, and reduces IT help desk costs because your users are less likely to forget how to sign in. When users sign in using Azure AD, this feature validates users passwords directly against your on-premises Active Directory. The user tries to access an application, for example, Outlook Web App. If the user is not […]

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Azure AD Connect – How to extend your Active Directory Domain to Azure AD ? Part 1 | Password Hash Synchronization

The simplest way to enable authentication for on-premises directory objects in Azure AD. Users can use the same username and password that they use on-premises without having to deploy any additional infrastructure. With PHS, hashes of user passwords are synchronized from on-premises Active Directory to Azure AD, allowing Azure AD to authenticate users with no interaction with the on-premises Active Directory. When passwords are changed or reset on-premises, the new password hashes are synchronized to Azure AD in near real-time so that your users can always use the same password […]

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