This article will explain how to configure your Microsoft Azure AD to sign in to your Deel account.
Organizations often manage their user identities in a central location, so that they can access various services using the same user base, a process known as Single Sign On (SSO).
Microsoft Azure AD is a cloud-based identity and access management tool for businesses and organizations.
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Before you begin
Before you even begin the integration process, please make sure you have the following permissions:
Microsoft Azure AD: You must have one of the following roles:
- Global Administrator
- Cloud Application Administrator
- Application Administrator
- Owner of the service principal
Deel: You must be a Team Admin or an Organization Manager to install the integration
How to create an OIDC application on Microsoft
To integrate Microsoft Azure AD with your Deel account, you will first need to log in to your Microsoft Azure AD account and follow the steps below.
✅ Step 1 - Select the Azure Active Directory
✅ Step 2 - Create new registration
Select the (1) App registrations tab and then create (2) New registration
✅ Step 3 - Register your application
The user-facing display name for the application should say: Deel Login
Make sure to use the correct Redirect URI, which is:
✅ Step 4 - Save your Client ID and Domain URL
✅ Step 5 - Create Secret Key
Next to client credentials, click Add a certificate or secret
Click to add a New client secret and provide a short description and an expiration date
✅ Step 6 - Save your Secret Key
The secret key is the unique string of letters and numbers that is written in the value box.
You will need to know your Domain Name, Client Secret, and the Secret Key in order to finish the configuration.
How to connect Microsoft Azure AD to your Deel Account
✅ Step 1 - Add Customized Subdomain
Select the Organization Settings tab on your home page and click Add in the customized subdomain box
✅ Step 2 - Choose your Custom Domain Name
✅ Step 3 - Turn on toggle to Require users to sign in using Microsoft Azure
✅ Step 4 - Enter your Client ID, Domain Name, and Client Secret
The Domain, Client ID, and Client Secret keys were provided to you when you created the OIDC application on Microsoft Azure AD.
✅ Step 5 - Customize your subdomain interface
You can upload a logo, and select a primary color and secondary color for the interface.
Then click Continue
✅ Step 6 - Confirm subdomain details and Deploy
The monthly payment of subdomains must be assigned to a particular team in your organization.
Using a customized subdomain on Deel costs $100 per month.
You can assign payment to a team using the dropdown menu.
Click the I Agree box.
Then click Deploy
✅ Step 7 - Customized subdomain is active
When you return to your Settings tab, you will see your Customized Subdomain listed!
You can click on the blue garbage bin icon to delete, or the pencil to make changes.
You will be charged using the payment method you use for your monthly contract subscription payments.