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Prepare for single sign-on with Office 365


Applies to: Office 365 Enterprise

Topic Last Modified: 2015-03-11

Summary: Links to articles that describe account federation preparation and single sign-on (SSO) for Azure Active Directory.

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Many organizations require identities to be authenticated only by their on-premises system. This is easily accomplished with single single sign-on (SSO) for Azure Active Directory.

For end users, the experience expands on Active Directory synchronization by allowing them to sign in to their on-premises account and have that same account provide the means to authenticate to the online services.

To set up SSO, organizations need to deploy a security token service on-premises. For more information about security token services that work with Azure AD, see Single sign-on roadmap. After SSO has been set up, users can use their Active Directory corporate credentials (user name and password) to access the services in the cloud and their existing on-premises resources.

All the tasks required to configure federation are outlined in the Azure AD TechNet Library.

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