Set up by: Company-level admin
Miro supports single sign-on (SSO) logins through SAML 2.0.
A SAML 2.0 identity provider (IDP) can take many forms, one of which is a self-hosted Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) server. ADFS is a service provided by Microsoft as a standard role for Windows Server that provides a web login using existing Active Directory credentials.
This guide uses screenshots from Server 2012R2, but similar steps should be possible on other versions.
First you need to install ADFS on your server. Configuring and installing ADFS is beyond the scope of this guide, but is detailed in this Microsoft KB article.
During testing ensure that your working station authentication is set to the same test account/email that you are using for the test otherwise ADFS will not allow you to log in even under correct configuration and profile.
Step 1 - Adding a Relying Party Trust
1) Login to the ADFS Server and launch the ADFS Management Console.
2) Select the Relying Party Trusts folder from AD FS Management, and add a new Standard Relying Party Trust from the Actions sidebar. This starts the configuration wizard for a new trust.
3) In the Select Data Source screen, select the last option, Enter Data About the Party Manually.
4) Enter a Display name that you'll recognize in the future, and any notes you want to make.
5) Select the ADFS FS (ADFS 2.0) profile button.
You will be prompted to browse for a Certificate to encrypt and decrypt the claims. This is optional and can be skipped by pressing Next.
6) Check the box labeled Enable Support for the SAML 2.0 WebSSO protocol.
The service URL will be https://miro.com/sso/saml.
Note that there's no trailing slash at the end of the URL.
7) Add a Relying party trust identifier as https://miro.com/
On the next screen, you may configure multi-factor authentication but this is beyond the scope of this guide.
8) Select the Permit all users to access this relying party button.
On the next two screens, the wizard will display an overview of your settings.
On the final screen use the Close button to exit and open the Claim Rules editor.
Step 2 - Creating claim rules
Once the relying party trust has been created, you can create the claim rules.
By default the claim rule editor opens once you created the trust.
1) To create a new rule, click on Add Rule.
2) Create a Send LDAP Attributes as Claims rule.
3) On the next screen, name your rule, and using Active Directory as your attribute store, map as follows:
|LDAP Attribute||Outgoing Claim Type|
Click on OK to save the new rule.
4) Create another new rule by clicking Add Rule, this time selecting Transform an Incoming Claim as the template.
5) Then name the rule and set the following parameters:
Incoming Claim Type
Outgoing Claim Type
Outgoing Name ID Format
Finally, click OK to create the claim rule, and then OK again to finish creating rules.
With this the configuration of ADFS has been completed!