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We're very pleased to announce that you can now configure your CheckCentral organization to only allow logins from a specific Azure AD tenant ID or Google Workspaces domain.

To configure the SSO locking, login with either an Azure AD or Google Workspaces account, then navigate to Organization > Settings.

In the Security section of the settings page, you'll see your Azure tenant ID or Google domain shown below the configuration. You can then copy it and paste it into the "Azure AD Tenant ID" or "Google Workspaces Domain" box and save the settings.

After doing this, only users that are logged in with that tenant ID or domain will have access to your CheckCentral organization. Note that this will prevent users from accessing the organization using a regular Binary Fortress account.

Restrict Logins to Azure AD or Google Workspaces for your Organization
Restrict Logins to Azure AD or Google Workspaces for your Organization

As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact us for assistance!
Apr 29, 2022 (modified May 4, 2022)  • #1
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Hi there how do you login to the tenancy if its not yet configure to allow?

Azure AD Tenant ID is greyed out and not able to add, i am logged into our tenancy on a different tab on the same browser

"To configure an Azure AD tenant ID you must be logged in using the Azure AD domain you want to use to restrict this organization."

Apr 16, 2024  • #2
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If you logout, then use the "Login with Microsoft" button, you can login using your Azure AD credentials. Once you've done that, you'll be able to go to the org settings page again and paste in your tenant ID. After that, the org will only allow users logged in with that tenant ID to access it.

Hope that helps, please let us know if you still run into any trouble at all.

Apr 17, 2024  • #3
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