Microsoft Office 365 / Azure AD based single sign-on so users can seamlessly and securely log on to your WordPress intranet, extranet or internet website. Plugin Features WPO365 | LOGIN (free) Single sign-on (SSO) for Microsoft Office 365 / Azure AD accounts more Administrators can choose between OpenID Connect and SAML based single sign-on (SSO) more New users that Sign in with Microsoft are automatically registered with your WordPress more Restrict access to pages / posts in intranet mode more Support for integration of your WordPress website into Microsoft Teams Tabs and Apps more Support for WordPress Multisite more Client-side solutions can request access tokens e.g. for SharePoint Online and Microsoft Graph more Authors can inject Pintra Framework apps into any page or post using a simple WordPress shortcode more Developers can include a simple and robust API from npm more PHP hooks for developers to build custom Microsoft Graph / Office 365 integrations more Now all editions of the plugin include four new modern Microsoft (Office) 365 apps Embed Microsoft Power BI content more SharePoint Online Library more Microsoft Graph / Azure AD based Employee Directory more SharePoint Online Search more WPO365 | PROFILE+ All features of the LOGIN edition, plus … Complete the WordPress user profile with first, last and full name and email address more WPO365 | LOGIN+ All features of the PROFILE+ edition, plus … Let users choose to login with O365 or with WordPress more Require authentication for only a few Private pages more Require authentication for all pages but not for the Public homepage more Redirect users to a custom login error page more Allow users from other Office 365 tenants to register (Multitenant) more Allow users with a Microsoft Services Account (MSAL) e.g. outlook.com to register (extranet) more Prevent Office 365 user from changing their WordPress password and / or email address more Intercept manual login attempts for Office 365 users more Sign out from Microsoft Office 365 when signin out from your website more Support for single sign-out more WPO365 | SYNC All features of the LOGIN+ edition, plus … (On-demand and scheduled) User synchronization from Azure Active Directory to WordPress (per user or in batches) more Delete / de-activate WordPress users without a matching Azure AD account more Dynamically assign WordPress user role(s) based on Azure AD group membership(s) more Dynamically assign WordPress user role(s) based on Azure AD User properties more Dynamically assign itthinx Groups based on Azure AD group membership(s) more Dynamically assign itthinx Groups based on Azure AD User properties more Synchronize WordPress and / or BuddyPress user profiles with Azure AD e.g. job title, department and mobile phone more Replace a user’s default WordPress avatar with a profile image downloaded from Office 365 more Azure AD group membership(s) based access (and deny all others) more Place a customizable Sign in with Microsoft link on a post, page or theme using a simple shortcode more WPO365 | INTRANET All features of the SYNC edition, plus … Support for Azure AD User provisioning (SCIM) more Advanced versions of the INTRANET apps that can be customized using Handlebars.js templates more SharePoint Online / OneDrive Library with support for folder and breadcrumb navigation more Recently used documents more SharePoint Online Search with support for query templates, auto-search, templates and more Employee Directory with a builtin interactive clickable org(anizational) chart incl. support for user profile images and additional fields (Microsoft Graph / Azure AD) more Microsoft Power BI more Yammer feed(s) more Prerequisites Make sure that you have disabled caching for your Website in case your website is an intranet and access to WP Admin and all pubished pages and posts requires authentication. With caching enabled, the plugin may not work as expected We have tested our plugin with WordPress >= 4.8.1 and PHP >= 5.6.40 You need to be (Office 365) Tenant Administrator to configure both Azure Active Directory and the plugin You may want to consider restricting access to the otherwise publicly available wp-content directory Support We will go to great length trying to support you if the plugin doesn’t work as expected. Go to our Support Page to get in touch with us. We haven’t been able to test our plugin in all endless possible WordPress configurations and versions so we are keen to hear from you and happy to learn! Feedback We are keen to hear from you so share your feedback with us on Twitter and help us get better! Open Source When you’re a developer and interested in the code you should have a look at our repo over at WordPress.