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Azure Active Directory setup

  1. Log in to Azure as an Admin.
  2. Go to the Azure Active Directory and then click on Enterprise applications.
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    An image showing where the Enterprise application tab is in the sidebar
  3. Click on New application.
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  4. Click on Create your own application.
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  5. Type Sketch to name the app and click Create.
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  6. Select Single sign-on in the left side menu.
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  7. Click SAML.
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  8. Complete the Basic SAML configuration with the following information from the configuration page in Sketch:

    • Identifier (Entity ID): [Your Workspace’s Entity ID]
    • Reply URL (Assertion Consumer Service URL): [Your Workspace’s ACS URL]

    Note: Make sure that there are no spaces at the end of these fields — otherwise, the SSO process will fail.

    Note: If you are using Safari, you might have trouble typing in the text field. We’d recommend trying another browser.

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    Then complete the User Attributes & Claims. Make sure you don’t use any namespace.

    An image showing the user attribute and claims configuration section

    The values in the right column may be different in your case — make sure that you add the right information.

  9. Download the Federation Metadata XML in the SAML Signing Certificate section — you’ll need it when setting up SAML SSO in Sketch.
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  10. Head to Users and Groups to give access to Sketch to relevant users.
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  11. Head to How to finish setting up SAML SSO in your Workspace to finish the SAML SSO process in Sketch.
Last updated on 26 Jan 2021

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