Azure SCIM Setup Guide

Configure Limble to Work with Azure SCIM

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Written by Ty Houy
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This article will walk you through how to set up Azure SCIM with Limble, this will allow your team to use Azure SCIM to create an SSO for your users.

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Add LimbleSCIM as a Non-gallery Application

Sign into Azure. Then, go to “Enterprise applications.”

Click “Add Application” and “Non-gallery Application.”

(Note: Limble is in the process of adding SCIM to our gallery application, but Azure has a backlog to certify SCIM. Once that process is complete this will be simpler. In the meantime, we need to set up the SCIM application manually.)

Name the Application. We suggest “LimbleSCIM.”

Add Support for Automatic Provisioning

In Limble, go to Settings > Manage SSO.

Under "SSO Provider," select Azure Active Directory.

Press “Generate SCIM Token” and copy the Token that appears into your clipboard. This is the Azure API Token.

Go to your Azure account. In the LimbleSCIM application you created, go to “Provisioning” and click “Get Started.”

Fill out the form, using the following field answers:


Click “Test Connection.” After confirmation of everything being set up correctly, click “Save” at the top left corner.

Add Groups to Limble

Click “Users and groups.”

Then, add the groups with included users you’d like to provision in Limble. We suggest groups to be named [location]-[role] ex: [boston]-[technicians] or [factory1]-[managers]. This makes it easier to sync with Limble.

Add users to Limble groups if not already added.

Start Provisioning

Under “Provisioning,” click “Start provisioning.” This will tell Azure to begin provisioning immediately.

(Note: Azure will typically tell Limble about changes every 40 minutes or so.)

You should see “Initial cycle completed."

Assign SSO Groups Limble Roles and Locations

In Limble, navigate back to Settings > Manage SSO. Once your groups are provisioned you will see a list of your groups and users.

Click the “+” and add Limble Roles and Locations for each of the groups.

Your users will inherit these permissions in Limble as well as any users added later to those groups in Azure. Limble doesn’t support individual users, users need to be part of at least one group where Limble permissions can be assigned.

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