Under more services select enterprise apps and add new application :
Under add an application select non-gallery application and enter the display name for your application :
After adding the application, click on the configure single sign-on button :
Select SAML-based Sign-on :
On the SAML configuration window, add the following url for identifier and reply url ( if you are using a custom domain, replace app.klipfolio.com with your domain) :
For user identifier choose user.email - that way the SAML request will use a user’s email to connect to klipfolio. So if the email address exists in the klipfolio account that user will be able to log in via SSO.
Next, download the base64 certificate :
Open the certificate with a text editor and copy the text - excluding -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- and -----END CERTIFICATE-----.
Paste the certificate in your klipfolio account SSO setup page and hit save:
For more information, see : https://support.klipfolio.com/hc/en-us/articles/215634338-Implementing-Single-Sign-On
In azure under advanced signing settings make sure the signing option is set to Sign SAML assertion and Signing Algorithm to SHA-1.
Save the settings and if all went well your users will be able to log in via active directory.