Migrating to Alohi SSO if you have already activated Azure (Entra ID) on your Fax.Plus account.

Who can use this feature?

Available on Enterprise plan.

Accessible to Owners and Admins on Web App.

If you are a Fax.Plus user who currently utilizes Single Sign-On (SSO) through Azure, this guide will assist you in transitioning to Alohi SSO. This migration will allow seamless access to both Fax.Plus and Sign.Plus platforms while enabling automatic user provisioning, enhancing both security and efficiency in your document management workflow.

Step 1: Add the New Alohi Application on Azure

  1. Sign in to your Azure portal.
  2. Navigate to the Microsoft Entra ID section.
  3. Select Enterprise applications and then click on New application.
  4. Search for the Alohi SSO application and add it to your directory.

Step 2: Configure SSO Settings

  1. Within the Alohi application settings, select "Single sign-on" and choose SAML as the method.
  2. Obtain the Entity ID, Reply URL (Assertion Consumer Service URL), and download the Certificate (Base64) from the Alohi SSO setup page.
  3. Replace the existing SSO configuration in Fax.Plus with the new Entity ID, Reply URL, and Certificate from Alohi.

Step 3: Set Up Automatic User Provisioning

  1. Once Step 2 is finished, validate your settings, and you will see the new SCIM token.
  2. Go back to the Alohi application in Azure, select "Provisioning," and set the mode to Automatic.
  3. Enter the SCIM URL and SCIM token from Fax.Plus into the respective fields in the Alohi app's provisioning configuration.

Step 4: Testing Your SSO and User Provisioning

  1. Test the SSO login by attempting to sign in to Fax.Plus and/or Sign.Plus through the Alohi SSO.
  2. Check if the automatic user provisioning is working correctly by adding a new user in Azure and verifying if the user is automatically added to Fax.Plus and/or Sign.Plus.

Step 5: Finalizing the Migration

  1. Once you confirm that SSO and automatic user provisioning are functioning correctly, you can safely remove the old Fax.Plus application from your Azure directory.
  2. Navigate to the Enterprise applications section, select the Fax.Plus app, and choose to remove or delete the application.

Benefit: By migrating to Alohi SSO, you streamline your access mechanisms to both Fax.Plus and Sign.Plus, thereby ensuring a more secure and efficient document management system for your organization.

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