Configure using Microsoft Azure

Add Lifesize from the gallery

  1. Log in to portal.azure.com (Azure classic portal), and on the left navigation pane, click Active Directory.
  2. From the Directory list, select the directory for which you want to enable directory integration.
  3. To open the applications view, in the directory view click Applications in the top menu.
  4. Click Add at the bottom of the page.
  5. On the What do you want to do dialog, click Add an application from the gallery.
  6. In the search box, type Lifesize Cloud.
  7. In the results pane, select Lifesize Cloud, and then click Complete to add the application.

 

Configure Azure AD Single Sign-on with the Lifesize cloud-based service

  1. In the classic portal, on the Lifesize Cloud application integration page, click Configure single sign-on to open the Configure Single Sign-On dialog.
  2. On the How would you like users to sign on to Lifesize Cloud page, select Azure AD Single Sign-On, and then click Next.
  3. On the Configure App Settings dialog page, perform the following steps:
      1. In the Sign On URL text box, type the URL used by your users to sign on to your Lifesize app using the following pattern: https://login.lifesizecloud.com/ls/?acs
      2. In the Identifier field, enter https://login.lifesizecloud.com/ls/metadata/ (make sure to include the closing /).
      3. Click Next.
  4. On the Configure single sign-on at Lifesize Cloud page, perform the following steps:
      1. Click Download certificate, and then save the file on your computer.
      2. Click Next.

 

Configure SSO for your application

NOTE: Log in into the Lifesize app with admin privileges

  1. In the top right corner, click on your name and then click Advanced Settings.
  2. Click SSO Configuration. This opens the SSO Configuration page for your instance. Configure the following values in the SSO configuration UI.
      1. Copy the value of Issuer URL from Azure AD, and paste that in Identity Provider Issuer text box.
      2. Copy the value of Remote Login URL from Azure AD, and paste that in Login URL text box.
      3. Open the downloaded certificate in Notepad. Copy the content of certificate, excluding the Begin Certificate and End Certificate lines, and paste this in the X.509 Certificate text box.
      4. In the SAML Attribute mapping for the First Name text box, enter the value as http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/ws/2005/05/identity/claims/givenname
      5. In the SAML Attribute mapping for the Last Name text box, enter the value as http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/ws/2005/05/identity/claims/surname
      6. In the SAML Attribute mapping for the Email text box, enter the value as http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/ws/2005/05/identity/claims/emailaddress
  3. To check the configuration you can click on the Test button. Click Test, and you should see a successful SSO configuration message.
  4. Select the checkbox to Enable SSO, and click Update. Log out and log back in to the account using SSO.

 

For more information, refer to the Microsoft Tutorial.