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Enabling Azure SSO with Datawiza Access Proxy for Header-Based Authentication Apps

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In this demo video, we will show you how to use Datawiza Access Proxy to enable Azure Active Directory Single Sign-On (SSO) for applications that use header-based authentication. Header-based authentication is a common method used by many enterprise applications to authenticate users, but it can be a challenge to integrate with SSO solutions such as Azure Active Directory (Azure AD).

With Datawiza Access Proxy, you can easily configure SSO for header-based authentication apps without requiring any code changes or complex configurations. Our solution enables secure and seamless access to your applications for your users, while providing granular control and visibility to IT administrators.

In this demo, we will walk you through the steps to set up Datawiza Access Proxy and configure it to work with Azure AD. You will see how to configure Datawiza Access Proxy to add one application that uses header-based authentication. We will also demonstrate how to configure the Access Proxy to pass several user attributes via HTTP headers to the application.

By the end of this video, you will have a clear understanding of how Datawiza Access Proxy can help you enable Azure AD SSO for header-based authentication apps in your organization, and how easy it is to set up and manage. Watch this demo to learn more and see our solution in action!