If you want to use Azure Active Directory to provide Single Sign-On access to the SlapFive admin app, you need to do these steps.
NOTE: These instructions describe how to set up the SlapFive app in Azure AD in the most standard way. If your company has configured Azure AD in more advanced ways, you will need to go to Microsoft for support on how set up this SSO.
In Azure, go to Enterprise Applications > New Application > Create your own application.
Under the What are you looking to do with your application? section, choose the Non-gallery application option.
Name your application SlapFive and then add it.
Go to Azure Active Directory > Enterprise applications and open the newly created SlapFive application.
Select the Single sign-on tab, and then choose SAML as the sign-on method.
On the Configure App Settings page, enter the following:
Identifier (Entity ID): Paste urn:auth0:slapfive:instance-sso, and substitute your SlapFive instance name for instance. Don't forget the -sso at the end.
Reply URL (Assertion Consumer Service URL): paste the URL https://auth.slapfive.com/login/callback?connection=instance-sso, and substitute your SlapFive instance name for instance. Don't forget the -sso at the end.
Sign on URL (Optional): Do not set.
Relay State (Optional): Do not set.
On the Configure App Settings page, find the SAML Signing Certificate section.