Since version 7.x the WordPress + Office 365 has been revised with respect to its support for WordPress multisite networks (WPMU), which have been supported since version 3.0. Since version 7.3 network administrators now must choose one of two possible configurations:
- Shared All subsites in the network share the same Azure AD application registration
- Dedicated All sites in the network will have to be configured individually
If you combine the power of WordPress multisite and the WordPress + Office 365 plugin, you can also
- Redirect users from a central login to their subsite by configuring a mapping table between Azure AD groups on the one and WordPress subsites on the other hand read more…
- Add new network users a default role
The shared scenario doesn’t need to be configured, as it’s the default scenario. Only if you’d like all sites in the network to have their own Azure AD application registration, you need to update your configuration and add the following line to your wp-config.php
define( 'WPO_MU_USE_SUBSITE_OPTIONS', true );
If you don’t add this line or add it but set WPO_MU_USE_SUBSITE_OPTIONS to false, the plugin will select the shared scenario.
To configure the plugin and single sign-on, as an administrator, you will need to navigate – in case of the shared scenario – to My Sites > Network Admin > Plugins > WPO365 Login > Configuration. On the other hand – in case of the dedicated scenario, administrators can navigate to each individual site’s Admin Dashboard > Plugins > WPO365 Login > Configuration.
|Default role subsite||No||No||Yes|
|Azure AD Group Membership Redirection||No||No||Yes|