Single Sign On with Azure AD

  1. Navigate to the Azure Directory admin centre: https://aad.portal.azure.com/

  2. Click on "Enterprise Applications"

  3. Click "+ New Application"

Screenshot of new application button

  1. Select “Non-gallery application”, give the application a name (e.g. “Hut Six”), and click Add.

Screenshot of non-gallery application

  1. Click Users and groups

Screenshot of users and groups

  1. Click Add user, then select a user to test with. This user must not have an existing account on Hut Six.

  2. Once you have added a user to test with, click Single sign-on

Screenshot of Single Sign-on

  1. Select SAML

Screenshot of SAML

  1. In the Basic SAML Configuration box, click the pencil icon to edit the settings

Screenshot of basic SAML configuration

  1. You should now see the following form:

Screenshot of basic SAML configuration form

  1. Open a new tab and navigate to the Hut Six settings page, then click on Directory Services.

Screenshot of the integrations

  1. Click on the information tab.

Screenshot of the information tab

  1. In the form from (Step 10), set the following values:

Screenshot of values

  1. In the Hut Six dashboard, click on the “Configuration” tab and set the Directory Services Integration to 'Federated Identity'.

Screenshot of configuration tab

  1. Update the form to the following Values:

Screenshot of values to update

Screenshot of the values to copy

  1. In an incognito window, or a separate browser, navigate to your organisation’s Hut Six domain (e.g. https://your-org.hutsix.io) and click on the “Login with your organisation” link.

Screenshot of login with your organisation link

  1. Login with your test account

  2. Optional

Consider setting the “Login Page Behaviour” to “Redirect to Single Sign-on (SSO) Login Page). This will mean that users will not have to click the “Login with your organisation” link on the Hut Six login page.