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Keeper Connection Manager SAML configuration with Microsoft Azure

Azure Configuration

The first step regardless of installation method is to configure your SAML 2.0 identity provider using Microsoft Azure.

(1) In Azure, go to Enterprise Applications and Create a new application.

(2) Give the Enterprise Application a name, and then select "non-gallery" application.

(3) Set up Single Sign On with SAML.

(4) Configure for SAML

(5) Set up the SAML properties to point Azure to your Keeper Connection Manager installation URL:

(6) To support Azure Group to Keeper Connection Manager User Group mappings, you can add a Group claim by editing the Attributes & Claims then adding a Group Claim.

When prompted, you can decide whether the group claim is always sent, or only for specific groups or assigned users. If unsure, choose all groups.

For hybrid environments, if the group originates from on-prem AD, you may need to change the display name of the security group.

If you would like to automatically mapp group assignments in the identity provider to Keeper Connection Manager Groups, ensure that the saml-group-attribute parameter is defined to match the Identity Provider Group Attribute. The name of the Group in Keeper Connection Manager needs to match this identifier exactly in order for the mapping to work.

Azure Group to Keeper Connection Manager Group mapping is unique. KCM will not show a list of the members of a group, however, group member users will have access to any connections that are assigned to the group.

(7) Assign users and/or groups to the Keeper Connection Manager application, as you would normally do with any SAML connected app.

(8) Copy the URL of the App Federation Metadata and paste it into the prompt on your KCM server.

(9) Add the KCM Logo

From the "Properties" screen of the Enterprise Application, upload the KCM logo. The file can be downloaded below.

Here's how the logo will look:

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