Feature description By default the WPO365 plugin will always immediately try to automatically sign-in the user with Microsoft (single sign-on), when the user requests a WordPress admin page Private page / post (see https://docs.wpo365.com/article/36-authentication-scenario and https://docs.wpo365.com/article/38-private-pages for details) But if you would like the user to choose how he / she signs into your website, the WPO365 plugin can be configured […]
Feature description This documentation is currently being reviewed. Please refer to the following support article https://docs.wpo365.com/article/86-map-between-azure-ad-groups-and-itthinx-groups for instructions how to assign (itthinx) Groups (see https://wordpress.org/plugins/groups/ for details) based on Azure Active Directory membership(s).
Feature description Are you looking for ways to give authenticated users access to private pages in WordPress – e.g. for work or school – from a single application? Then you are probably also looking at possibilities to integrate WordPress in Microsoft Teams Apps and Tabs. Teams Apps and Tabs Examples of portals / pages that […]
Feature description Private pages in WordPress created with the WPO365 plugin are pages that can only be seen by users that signed in with Microsoft (SSO). Private pages Examples of pages that you may want to make private are: Pages with with customer details e.g. a page where a customer or external partner would be […]
Feature description When you install and configure the plugin then by default only only users with accounts in your own organizational directory are able to sign into your WordPress website. However, if you intend to make (parts of) your (private) WordPress extranet / website available to customers, partners or basically any user with a valid […]
Feature description Sign in with Microsoft for WordPress is a single sign-on authentication flow that allows Microsoft Office 365 / Azure AD users to sign into your WordPress website using their corporate work or school account: no username or password required! Open Connect ID The WordPress + Azure AD / Microsoft Office 365 plugin implements […]
Using one of the two scenarios, you can now decided whether authentication (for Office 365 / Azure AD users) is required for all users that are readers of your posts and pages (= intranet) or only for authors who access the WordPress backend e.g. the authors and editors of those posts and pages (= internet).
Feature Description WordPress Multisite (WPMU) allows you to create and manage more than one website from a single WordPress installation. The WPO365 plugin supports WordPress Multisite installations and allows for the integration with Office 365 / Azure AD to be configured in one of two ways: Shared All subsites in the network share the same Azure […]
Ups! all available documentation on this website is currently being reviewed and updated. A new documentation service will be announced soon This article has already been moved to https://docs.wpo365.com/article/31-azure-ad-v2.
Our WordPress + Office 365 Login (premium) plugin allows WordPress administrators to synchronize users between Office 365 Azure AD and WordPress. This post is provides instructional guidance and also tries to explain how the feature works.