WordPress + Office 365 login professional allows Microsoft O365 users to seamlessly and securely log on to your corporate WordPress intranet: No username or password required. Why you need this, you may wonder. Because this way you can ensure that your corporate content such as news, documents etc. that is normally classified as “Internal” or maybe even “Confidential” is not available to just any pair of curious unauthenticated eyes.
|Single sign-on (SSO)|
|SSO for (manually registered) O365 / Azure AD user more…|
|Make your WordPress (intranet) private more…|
|Support for WordPress multisite more…|
|Automatically register new users from your tenant more…|
|Automatically register new users from other tenants more…|
|Automatically register new users with MSAL accounts more…|
|Prevent users changing their password / email more…|
|Redirect manual login attempts to Microsoft more…|
|Sign out from Office 365 more…|
|1 year email support more…|
|Request access tokens e.g. for SharePoint and Graph more…|
|Simple API for client-side developers more…|
|Inject Pintra Framework apps into any page or post more…|
- Make sure that you have disabled caching for your Website in case your website is an intranet and access to WP Admin and all pubished pages and posts requires authentication. With caching enabled, the plugin may not work as expected.
- You need to be (Office 365) Tenant Administrator to configure both Azure Active Directory and the plugin
- You may want to consider further restrict access to the otherwise publicly available wp-content directory
- Support is available in the form of Support Items that can be purchased from our website (but you’ll get one for free if you purchase the plugin from our website).
- To install the plugin, simply manually download the purchased item and then upload it to your WordPress site. Visit Plugins > Add New and click Upload Plugin button at the top of the page. Here you need to click on the Choose file button and select the plugin file you downloaded earlier to your computer. After you have selected the file, you need to click on the Install now button. WordPress will now upload the plugin file from your computer and install it for you. You will see a success message like this after installation is finished. Click Activate plugin to finish the installation.
- If you have a free version of a plugin installed (e.g. you now bought wpo365-login-professional with the intention to replace the free version wpo365-login) then make sure that you deactivate and delete that plugin prior to uploading, installing and activating the professional version. Deactivating and deleting the free version won’t delete the existing configuration and the professional version will be able to recover those.
- WPO365 plugins are fitted with an update checker and hence, whenever an update in the form of a newer version is available, you should see this in your WP Admin panel and you can click Check for Updates or, in case a newer version is available Update now.
Configuration other capabilities
Please refer to our video gallery on YouTube to see a short demonstration of the plugin’s capabilities and how to configure those.