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Set Up Microsoft Sign-On in Avanti

As an Administrator, you want to make it easier for employees to login without having to remember additional login credentials. Simplify user access to the Avanti Desktop, the Avanti Self-Service Portal, and Avanti Go by enabling access using their Microsoft Credentials.

Is Microsoft Sign-On already set up in Avanti? Go to Set Up Avanti Users for Microsoft Sign-On to enable Microsoft Authentication for an Avanti User.

If your organization uses Azure Active Directory Authentication, you can set up Microsoft Sign-On for all your Avanti Users.

Not using Azure Active Directory? It’s free with a subscription of Microsoft’s commercial online services, such as Office 365. Click here for more information.

The steps below outline how to:

Important Information
If your organization uses Avanti Go, you must use Sign In with Microsoft when using Azure Active Directory.

Before Getting Started

  • Your organization must use Azure Active Directory for employee authentication.

  • You will need the following Azure Active Directory Domain information on hand to complete the setup:

    • The Azure Active Directory Domain

    • The Azure Directory ID

If you are unfamiliar with any of these terms, please check in with your IT Administrator before continuing.

Update the Avanti Settings to Use Azure Active Directory

Step 1: Open Administration Settings on the Avanti Self-Service Portal.
By default, this can be found in Administration. 

Step 2: Enter AzureActiveDirectoryTenant into search on the System Settings tab. Ensure there are no trailing spaces.

Step 3: Select Edit.

Step 4: Paste the Directory ID into the Value, then select Save.

Additional Information
You can contact your IT team if you are unsure what your Directory ID is.

Step 5: Enter Domain into the search. Ensure there are no trailing spaces.

Step 6: Select Edit for AzureActiveDirectoryDomain.

Step 7: Enter your Azure Active Directory Domain into the Value, then select Save.

Step 8: Select Edit for DomainName.