Active Directory RMS Single Sign On Integration

The steps in this tutorial are valid for Active Directory Rights Management Services 2008 and earlier.

The Active Directory RMS Single Sign On (SSO) Integration lets your users log in to Active Directory RMS with Auth0 identity providers, and provides SSO to configured applications.

Create a New SSO Integration

Navigate to Dashboard > SSO Integrations and click + Create New SSO Integration.

Select the Active Directory RMS option.

Set the name for your SSO Integration. Click Create.

You will be brought to the Active Directory RMS Configuration Instructions page. We'll perform these steps in a later section.

Next, click on the Settings tab to configure the integration's settings.

Configure Settings

On the Settings page, configure the following values:

Setting Description
Name The name for your SSO integration (if you would like to change the value you provided when you first set up the integration).
Rights Management Services URL The URL of your Active Directory Rights Management Server.
Use Auth0 instead of the IdP to do single sign on If enabled, Auth0 will handle Single Sign On instead of Active Directory RMS.

Click Save.

Configure Active Directory RMS

When you configure Active Directory RMS, refer to the Active Directory RMS Configuration Instructions page on Dashboard > SSO Integrations > Active Directory RMS and follow each of the steps as shown.

Enable Connections

Click the Connections tab for the integration to select which connections you want to enable for this integration.

Setup Complete

That's it! You've set up a Single Sign On integration with Active Directory RMS and Auth0. Your users can now choose this as a way to authenticate.