When you want your users to use their current Azure Active Directory credentials then sign up to ezeep Blue through the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. The following steps describe that process.


To complete this tutorial you need:

  • A modern web browser and internet access
  • An Azure AD account with permissions to:
    • add an application to your Azure organization
    • grant permissions to ezeep to read some profile information 
    • grant permissions to have users authenticate via your Azure AD

This account is usually an administrator in your Azure AD.


Notes:

The Azure AD account you are using for the signup will become your ezeep organization admin. You will need the credentials for this account whenever you want to log in to the ezeep admin portal at https://app.ezeep.com to make changes to your ezeep configuration.


When using several Microsoft credentials on the same computer, you might encounter problems with web authentication. In such cases, switch to Incognito or Private mode and continue.


Let’s Get Started

Log in to your Azure portal, go to the Azure Marketplace and search for “ezeep”

  1. Open the “ezeep” offer
  2. Select one of the available plans  and click on “Set up + subscribe”screenshot: ezeep Blue in azure marketplace
  3. Provide a name for the offer and click on "Subscribe" at the bottom of the page
    screenshot: create ezeep Blue subscription
  4. Wait for the configuration to be completed and then click on "Configure SaaS account on publisher's site"screenshot: azure subscription confirmation
  5. When prompted, log in with your organization’s Azure admin account.  The account used in this step will become your ezeep administrator.
  6. Consent on behalf of your organization and accept the permission request
    screenshot: grant azure permissions
  7. You will be directed to the ezeep Sign-up portal. Fill out the required fields and click on Create Account.screenshot: fill out organization details
  8. During login you will be asked to allow ezeep to sign in with your Azure account. Again, check "Consent on behalf of your organization" and accept the request.
    screenshot: grant azure permissions
  9. When the account is created, you will automatically be logged in to your ezeep admin portal. Follow the tabs on the Quick Start page to configure your account and deploy the ezeep Print App and ezeep Connectors.

screenshot - Quick Start