Sign in with Azure Single Sign-On
Prepr offers two ways to log in: by submitting an email address with a password, and via Single Sign-On. Therefore, your Prepr admin needs to set up an Azure SSO integration.
Single sign-on (or SSO) is a way to authenticate and log in to an application with just one set of credentials, rather than having to set up multiple usernames and passwords across different platforms. It's a more secure process and prevents potentially losing or forgetting log-in credentials since it's stored through another service.
Setting up SSO With Azure AD
Sign in with SSO
Once your Prepr account has an Azure integration, you can use the Single Sign-On button (SSO) on your sign-in screen. When you log in for the first time, you'll receive the default role, set up by your Prepr admin. If you already have an account with that email address, this account will be merged and it will be recognized that you are an Azure user.
Once you are an SSO user, it is not further possible to log in with the email / password combination.
Each user who has signed in via SSO, can be recognized in the user list with an 'SSO' label. You can also filter all users with this 'SSO' label by selecting SSO > Has in the user list filters.