This section explains what are the Azure Active Directory details needed and how to configure Azure Active Directory with the Bold BI to import users and groups from the Azure Active Directory.
Login to the Azure Portal.
Go to the respective Azure Active Directory. Click
App registrations in the left side menu and then click
New registration to add a new application.
Enter the name of the application and choose the following options.
Supported account types.
Redirect URI(optional)section for Bold BI web and Public client/native(mobile & desktop) for the Bold BI mobile application. Enter the Redirect URI and then click
The application will be added to the directory and you can view the details of the application in the
Branding in the left side menu and enter the
Home page URL and click
Certificates & secrets to add client secret by clicking the
New client secret as in the following screenshot.
NOTE: Save the client secret value generated.
API permissions, click
Add a permission, and then select the
APIs my organization uses. Then, click
|Directory||Read directory data|
|1. Directory||Read directory data, Access directory as the signed in user|
|2. Group||Read all groups|
|3. User||Read and write access to user profile|
|4. OpenId permissions||View user's basic profile|
Select the above listed permissions and add it.
After adding the permissions, click
Grant admin consent to grant the admin consent for the same.
You will need the following Azure Active Directory details to configure Bold BI with your Azure Active Directory.
Import users from groupssetting, will import and synchronize users, when importing and synchronizing groups with Azure AD. Enable this setting if you need to import users from your Azure AD groups.
Tenant Name: It is the default domain name of your Active Directory. Go to the created
Azure Active Directory and copy the domain name.
Client ID: It is the Client Id of the Bold BI application in your Azure Active Directory. Go to the registered application and then copy the
Application Id in the
Overview and paste it here.
Client Secret Code: It is the secure key of the Bold BI application you created in your Azure Active Directory. Go to the
Certificates & secrets and search for the Keys you saved for the application and then choose the
Azure active directory can be set as default authentication when Azure Active Directory is enabled and saved. Follow these steps:
In settings page, click Authentication tab and select General.
Enable the Enable Default Authentication option and select the Azure Active Directory in default authentication provider as shown in the following screenshot.