AeyeScan supports integration with Microsoft Azure Active Directory (Azure AD)* and Google accounts.

For Azure AD, linkage is done by object ID.

This FAQ describes the linkage procedure using Azure AD.

For information on how to link your Google account, please see below.

Can I login to AeyeScan with single sign-on (SSO) using my Google account?

1. Confirmation of the object ID of the user performing Azure SSO

(1)Login to Azure and open "Azure Active Directory".

(2)Select "Users" from the menu and select the target user.

(3)Scroll down and copy the "Object ID".

2. Azure SSO configuration in AeyeScan

(1)Select "SSO Settings" from the "Account" menu.

(2)Click the "Change SSO Settings" button.

(3)Specify "Azure AD" in "SSO Target", paste the object ID copied from Azure Active Directory into the user ID for which you want to perform SSO in "Object ID Settings", and click the "Change SSO Settings" button.

3. Adding Enterprise Applications to Azure AD

(1)Login to Azure and open "Azure Active Directory".

(2)Select "Enterprise Applications" from the menu and click "+ New Application".

(3)Enter "AeyeScan" in the "Search Application" field.

(4)Select the application that is published by "Aeye Security Lab inc." and click "Sign up for AeyeScan".

(5)If you need to re-sign in to your account, perform a sign-in.

If you are using a personal account that belongs to an organization, please select "Sign in to Organization" from the "Sign In Options" and enter the organization's domain, as this may result in an error.

(6)When the "Requested access permissions" is displayed, check the contents and click "Accept". If you do not want users to individually approve access, check the "I agree on behalf of my organization" checkbox.

(7)If the user performing the application registration is a user who has registered an object ID in AeyeScan's SSO settings, the login is completed. If the user has not registered an object ID, the message "There are no accounts that can be linked to the ID" will be displayed, but this is not a problem.

(8)Return to the "Enterprise Applications" menu and click on the created "AeyeScan SSO".

(9)Click on "Assign Users and Groups" to add users who will perform SSO logins.

(10)Log in to Microsoft as the user who registered the object ID in SSO settings and open

It may take some time for the registration details to be reflected.

(11)SSO to AeyeScan can be performed by clicking on the "AeyeScan SSO" icon.