Configuring PingAccess to use Azure AD as the token provider - PingAccess - 7.2

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Configure PingAccess to use Azure AD as the token provider.

  • Install PingAccess and verify that you can access the administrative console. For information on installing PingAccess, see Installing and Uninstalling PingAccess.
    Note:

    The default credential set should be changed upon first usage. The default credentials for your PingAccess installation are:

    Username: Administrator
    Password: 2Access
  • If your administrative node uses a proxy for HTTP requests to the token provider, select the HTTP Proxy in the System > Clustering section. For more information, see Configuring administrative nodes.

For more information on configuring the token provider, see Token provider.

  1. Click Settings and then go to System > Token Provider > Common > OpenID Connect.
  2. In the Issuer field, enter the Microsoft Azure AD Directory ID.

    To obtain the directory ID from Azure AD, in the Azure AD directory, go to Manage > Properties and copy the Directory ID value.

  3. From the Trusted Certificate Group list,
    • Java Trust Store
    • Trust Any
  4. Click Save.
To get the most out of the solution, see Configuring token provider-specific options.