SSO Setup with Azure identity provider

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You should have an active MockFlow Enterprise license or annual TeamPack license to integrate MockFlow with any third-party Identity Provider that supports SSO/SAML.

MockFlow provides built-in connectors for Okta, OneLogin, and Google SSO identity providers. In addition to this, Enterprise customers can connect to any third-party SSO identity providers that support SAML methodology, such as Auth0, IBM Cloud identity, Bitium, etc.

Setting up SSO involves 2 steps:

  1. Setting up the Identity Provider
  2. Setting up your MockFlow account.

Setting up the Identity Provider (Azure)

1 Click “New User” -> Enter details and click add.

Enterprise Applications -> New Application

2 Choose type as “Non gallery application”, enter the name “MockFlow” and click “Add”.

3 In the Application overview screen, click “Set up single sign-on” and “SAML” on the next screen.

4 Edit “Basic SAML configuration”, and enter the following details

  1. Identifier:
  2. Reply URL:
  3. Sign-on URL: 

Click Save and go back to the Single sign-on screen.

5 Edit “User Attributes & Claims” and click “Unique User Identifier (Name ID)”

6 In the source attribute, select “user.mail” and click Save.

7 Go to the “Users and Groups” tab and click on “Add user”.

8 In the “Add Assignment” screen, click “Users”, and select the user to access this application, and click on "Assign".

9 Now go back to the “Single sign-on” screen and copy the below details:

  1. Copy “Login URL” for the Sign-in URL in MockFlow
  2. Click Download at “Certificate (Base64)” to the system.
  3. In the sidebar, click on “Properties”, and copy “Application ID” for Issuer ID in MockFlow

10 In the terminal, go to the Downloads folder and run the command “cat MockFlow.cer” (check file name)

Copy the contents displayed in the terminal and use them for the X.509 Certificate field in Mockflow.

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Setting up your MockFlow account

1 Login to Mockflow with admin privilege user having enterprise plan.

2 Navigate to Account settings -> User Licenses -> Select ‘SSO’ tab

3 Enable Single Sign-On and select the provider as “Custom Identity Provider”.

4 Fill up the following fields

  1. Sign-in URL (Format:
  2. Issuer ID: (Format:

5 Add users to the Mockflow account

The enterprise member accounts can be added under “Account Settings” -> “User Licenses”.

With this the SSO configuration is complete and the users can log in to MockFlow using SSO.

In case you face any issues during the configuration process and require assistance from our team, feel free to reach out to us at

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