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How to use Microsoft oAuth for Status Page Privacy
How to use Microsoft oAuth for Status Page Privacy

Follow these steps to configure Microsoft as your Status Page login provider

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Written by Robin Geall
Updated over a week ago

Getting Ready

  • Head to Page Settings > Privacy > and Toggle the Private option

  • Choose Microsoft and copy the Redirect URI

  • Open the Azure Portal

Step 1 - Azure Active Directory & App Registration

Once logged into the Azure portal, then open up Azure Active Directory > App Registrations and choose + New Registration

Step 2 - Give your App registration the same name as your Status Page and copy in the Redirect URI from your Sorry Privacy settings.

Tip "Leave the asupport account type in the default Single Tenant selected"

Step 3 - Copy your new Application (client) ID and Directory (tenant) ID from Microsoft and paste these into your Sorry Privacy Settings

Step 4 - Add a Client Credentials secrect

"This can be done by either using the Add a certifctae or secret or Certifates and secrets from the menu."

Give the Secret a name and choose24 months as the expiry time.

Copy the Value from the new secret and paste this into your Sorry Privacy settings.

Final Step - Restrict the Sign-In to your domain and choose Save Changes.

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