Enable this to allow users to sign in with their Microsoft work or school account and get federated single sign-on (SSO) to Printix. You just need a user account in Azure AD to configure Azure AD integration.

  1. On the Authentication page click on the Azure AD tab.
  2. Check Enable Azure authentication.
  3. Click Connect.
  4. On the Microsoft Sign in page:
    • Enter your work or school account.
    • Enter Password.
  1. Click Sign in.
  2. Printix will ask you for permission to:
    • Sign in as you.
    • Sign you in and read your profile.
  1. Click Accept to grant these permissions, so Printix can configure Azure AD integration.
  2. Click OK if the connection to Azure AD was successful.
  3. Click Save.

From now on the Sign in page will show Sign in with Microsoft.

See also:

How to accept Printix for all users

  1. Click Accept for all users to grant permission to read users’ profiles without prompting the individual in your organization. You must have the role as global admin in Azure AD to do this.
  2. On the Microsoft Sign in page:
    • Enter your administrator account. You must have the role as global admin in Azure AD to grant permission to read users’ profiles.
    • Enter Password.
  1. Click Sign in.
  2. Printix will ask you for permission to:
    • Read all users’ full profiles.
  1. Click Accept to grant these permissions, so Printix can have access to the specified resources for all users in your organization. No one else will be prompted.
    If this is successful you will see the message: Accepted for all users.

Troubleshooting sign in

Sign in page does not show: Sign in with Microsoft

  • Azure authentication is not enabled.
    RESOLUTION: You may have forgotten to click Save after you connected to Azure AD. If it still does not show, then try to refresh the browser (Ctrl + F5).

Permission denied

  • After you click Accept for all users and Sign in you get Permission denied.
    RESOLUTION: You must sign in with a a role as global admin in Azure AD after you click Accept for all users.

Not authorized. You do not have permission to use Printix Administrator

  • The first time you Sign in with Microsoft, a new user is automatically created for you. This new user is not authorized to Sign in to Printix Administrator.
    RESOLUTION: Sign in with email to Printix Administrator, and change the role of the newly created user to System manager. From now on you can sign in with your work or school account.

Azure authentication has been disabled and is now enabled again, and I want to accept Printix for all users again.

If you disable Azure authentication and want to withdraw the accept of Printix, then you must do this from within Azure AD. If you have withdrawn the accept of Printix and now want to accept Printix again, then click the Accept again link.

You can’t access this application. Printix needs permission to access resources in your organization that only an admin can grant

  • After attempting to Sign in with Microsoft you are told you can not access Printix.
    RESOLUTION: Follow the steps below to allow users to consent to apps accessing company data on their behalf. You must have the role as global admin in Azure AD to make this change. Printix will read the users’ basic profile (display name and email address).
  1. Sign in to portal.azure.com.
  2. Open Azure Active Directory.
  3. Click User settings.
  4. On the User settings page under Enterprise applications change Users can consent to apps accessing company data on their behalf to Yes.
  5. Click Save.
    It may take up to 15 minutes before the change take effect.

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