With Single Sign-On (SSO) enabled, users, can log into their Learningbank platform without a username and password. In addition, users can be created automatically in Learningbank the first time they log in.
To enable SSO, follow this step-by-step guide below.
Launch your Azure AD tenant and navigate to Enterprise Applications.
Click on New Application in the top bar.
From the Add from the gallery menu, search for SAML SSO by Microsoft and select Confluence SAML SSO by Microsoft as the template. You can change the name to your liking, such as Learningbank SSO.
On the overview page, click on Set up single sign-on.
Select SAML as the single sign-on method.
In this step, you must fill out the three required fields, as seen in the image below.
Identifier (Entity ID) =
Reply URL (Assertion Consumer Service URL) = https://YourPlatformDomain/saml/postResponse
Sign on URL =
Send the App Federation Metadata URL and your platform domain used in step 6 to your Learningbank contact person.
As soon as we receive your App Federation Metadata URL, we can set it up on our side and send you the confirmation once it's done.
If you have any issues, don't hesitate to get in touch with us.