Few things worth of note:
- If you are new to Microsoft Azure, you can get free trial access however you might need to provide Credit card details to use few features. You would not get charged because we get $200 worth credit for new Account that can be used in a span of year.
- I was not able to use Azure’s Active Directory SSO for Just in Time (JIT) provisioning. Rather, it connects to Salesforce and creates user whenever user is provisioned in Active Directory, just like Identity Connect
- Security token is mandatory. In case if you have IP login range then we don’t get Security token. To fix this, we can divide our password to have some value in Security token. As final password anyways is Password + Security Token. Shown in below image
- When we assign any user to Enterprise application (in our case its Salesforce), we need to map profile to the user.