This guide will explain, how you can configure Penneo and your Azure Active Directory to allow employees to login directly to Penneo, without having to be invited first. Note that only administrators are able to do this.
Be aware that if there are already users on the account, they cannot add their user automatically by the help of Active Directory. For example, existing users need to have the login method for Microsoft activated and then manually add their Microsoft login to the user.
See here how to activate Microsoft as a login method: How to enable/disable login methods for users
See here how users add their Microsoft credentials: I want to edit my login credentials
Connecting your Active Directory to your Penneo account
Penneo needs to know about your Active Directory to be able to log your users into the correct Penneo account. Every Active Directory in Azure is identified by a unique string referred to as a Tenant ID. The Tenant ID is a hex number with the format xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx. It can be found in Azure Active Directory, then Properties, and then Directory ID.
- When logged in to Penneo, click on Configure on the left side menu, and then Company.
- Scroll down to Miscellaneous and input your Tenant ID in the field.
- Click on Save changes.
Installing the Penneo application in Active Directory
To install the Penneo app in your Active Directory, you simply need your AD administrator to log in to Penneo to be able to manage consent on behalf of your organization. Your AD administrator needs to check the checkbox "Consent on behalf of your organization" and then click Accept.
Your Penneo app should now show up in your Active Directory.
Give access to users and groups
Now that you have added the Penneo enterprise application to your Active Directory, you are able to give access to users. Microsoft has an article describing how to do this, https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/develop/howto-restrict-your-app-to-a-set-of-users
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