Azure User Provisioning Setup (SCIM)

An overview on how to set up user provisioning with Azure via SCIM in Mooncamp.

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User provisioning described

With user provisioning you can get all user profiles from your company’s identity provider (i.e. Azure) synchronized with Mooncamp. This means when a new employee joins or leaves your organisation and would need to be added or deleted as a user to Mooncamp, it will happen automatically once the employee gets added or deleted in your identity provider.

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Note: User provisioning is an Enterprise feature and needs to be configured by Mooncamp first. Further, your IT administrators might need to first approve Mooncamp as a provider before you can setup user provisioning.

Setting up user provisioning with Azure

In order to set up SSO in your account, Navigate to SettingsSecurity and IdentityUser Provisioning

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Click on Activate user provisioning. User provisioning is now activated for your account. An API token is required to initiate configuration at azure. Visit https://portal.azure.com and navigate to Enterprise applications.

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Click New application:

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Click + Create your own application and name the app Mooncamp user provisioning:

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Select • Integrate any other application you don't find in the gallery (Non-gallery) and click Create. You can ignore the suggestions found from gallery applications.

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Navigate to Provisioning and click Get started:

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Then select Provisioning ModeAutomatic. As a Tenant URL add: https://identity.mooncamp.com/scim/v2 and under Secret Token insert the API token copied from Mooncamp’s setting menu.

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After clicking Test Connection you should get a positive feedback.

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Click on Save, expand Mappings and click on Provision Azure Active Directory Users. Find the entry mapping and select it. Set the Matching precedence to 2 and click Ok.

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Find the entry mapping and select it. Change mailNickname to objectId and set Match objects using this attribute to Yes. Matching precedence should be 1. Click Ok.

Click again on the entry mapping userPrincipalNameuserName and set Match objects using this attribute to No leaving us with a single entry configuring a Matching precedence.

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Click on Save and then on Provisioning at the top of the page.

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Select Provision Azure Active Directory Groups. Find the entry mapping and select it. Set the Matching precedence to 2. Click on Ok. Find the entry mapping and select it. Set Match objects using this attribute to Yes. Again find the entry mapping displayNamedisplayName and set Match objects using this attributes to No.

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Click on Saveand configure Users and groups according to your requirements. Click on Start provisioning.

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It can take up to an hour until the initial run of the provisioning is started. If the initial run is complete you can start pulling in the users into Mooncamp.

Navigate again to SettingsSecurity and IdentityUser Provisioning within Mooncamp. You should now see that there are users available to be synced to Mooncamp

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Click on Synchronize to push these users to Mooncamp. Under Members you should now find these users. The Attribute Mapping section allows you to map any SCIM attribute to Mooncamp Properties. Read more about Mooncamp Properties here:

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Users are automatically synchronized to Mooncamp daily. To immediatly synchronize any change provisioned through Azure use the Synchronize button.

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If you have any questions, you can always contact our support team: support@mooncamp.com