Create Azure application
Log into your Azure portal, open Enterprise applications, click ‘New application’ -> ‘Create your own application’
Input your application name, and select option 'Integrate any other application you don't find in the gallery (Non-gallery)', then click ‘Create’.
Once the application is created, click ‘Single sign-on’ from the left side menu. Then, select ‘SAML’.
Set up SAML
On the ‘Set up Single Sign-On with SAML’ page, configure with the following values:
Basic SAML Configuration
Identifier (Entity ID)
Reply URL (Assertion Consumer Service URL)
Sign on URL
Attributes & Claims
Unique User Identifier
Token signing certificate
Sign SAML response and assertion
Verification certificates (optional)
Check ‘Require verification certificates’, then upload the webinar.net certificate that downloaded from https://cdn.webinar.net/saml-certificates/webinar.net.cer.
Provide IdP Metadata to webinar.net
On ‘Set up Single Sign-On with SAML’ page, on ‘SAML Certificates’ section, click on the download link of 'Federation Metadata XML' and send the .xml file us.
In case the download link is disabled, you can copy the 'App Federation Metadata Url' and then open it up in a separate browser tab, then right click on the page, select 'Save As' to download the .xml file.
Enable SAML SSO for Audience
If SAML SSO for audiences is included in your webinar.net subscription, you will see the 'Enable SAML Single-Sign-On' checkbox on the Create Webinar page. Enable this option will limit the access of that webinar to SAML SSO only.
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