The WordPress + Office 365 allows your users to seamlessly sign into your WordPress website using their Microsoft Office 365 Azure AD account: No username or password required!
For some (or all) page requests (see related post Make your WordPress (intranet) private), the plugin will try and establish the identity of the user. It will do so by requesting the user to sign in with Microsoft using the Azure AD supported Open Connect ID capability. For this reason a user will be redirected to Microsoft identity provider to sign in. Having successfully authenticated him or herself, the user automatically returns to your website with the appropriate identity and authorization information (that optionally include information about the user’s Azure AD Security Group memberships). The plugin will then proceed and find or create a corresponding WordPress user for this identity. The plugin leaves WordPress own signin capability intact so both WordPress-only users can sign in when they navigate to the default WordPress login page e.g. /wp-login.php whilst Microsoft Office 365 Azure AD users are authenticated by the plugin when they request a page or post (depending on the selected authentication scenario).
Launch the WordPress + Office 365 wizard by navigating to WordPress Admin, go to the plugins page and click Configuration. Select the Single Sign-on tab and review the settings listed below.
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