Call me IDP - Workspace ONE Access with Microsoft Office 365
Bijgewerkt op: 2 jul.
A man browsed down the Login Page He says, "Why am I short of attention? Got a short little span of attention And, whoa, my logins are so long Where's my Credentials and TOTP? What if I die here? Who'll be my role model Now that my role model is gone, gone?" He ducked back down the alley With some roly-poly little login tool All along, along There were Username and passwords There were hints and allegations
[Chorus] If you'll be my IDP I can be your long lost SP I can call you IDP And SP, when you call me, you can call me IDP
When you use Office 365 and your users use Workspace One Access of course you want the users to have a SSON experience... and of course... This will be Workspace One Access
I was planning to blog about how to integrate Office 365 and Workspace One Access. Then I realized I was just going to repeat other peoples blogs.. the ones that I followed..
So I figured I'll share the links to the posts I used so any credits to the authors of those blogs. While starting this blog, the song "You Can Call Me Al" by Paul Simon popped up.. so the edit on the lyrics will be my personal touch to this blog ;-)
Next thing I wanted is to show direct links to the Online Office applications
A perfect explanation on below link... even the O365 Icon Set link is here...
Scroll down to Office 365 Web Apps
For the people who want to build this in their LAB remember there is the
free Microsoft 365 Developer Program!
Free Microsoft 365 E5 instant sandbox
Cut your configuration time from days to seconds. Be your own administrator and prototype apps and solutions on your fully pre-provisioned sandbox subscription.
Includes 25 user licenses for development purposes
Preconfigured for sideloading Teams apps
Fully loaded sample data with 16 sample users, user data, and content to help you model your solutions.
Easy access to pre-provisioned core Microsoft 365 workloads and capabilities (Windows not included), including:
All Office 365 apps
Everything you need for Power Platform development
Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection
Advanced analytics with Power BI
Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) for compliance and information protection
Azure Active Directory for building advanced identity and access management solutions
After posting this blog my eye catched a linkedin post by Simon Elberts
how to implement passwordless with Certificate Authentication with Workspace ONE to Office 365:
A nice post by Ivan de Mes:
How to pass username when using SP initiated. (who likes to enter information twice?)
and last but not least :
also made a nice blog about integrating Office 365 when using Kerberos to login to Access (mostly internal usecases...)