Azure Active Directory Application Requests

Looking for a new application to be integrated with Azure Active Directory?

You’ve come to the right place! Here you can search and vote for new apps and SSO/provisioning improvements to existing apps.

As you’ll see from the sheer number of requests, there’s quite a backlog of app requests. In order to increase the chances of your request being addressed, we’d recommend you follow these guidelines:

  1. Create 1 request per app on UserVoice
  2. Provide the full/detailed app name. Don’t just provide the company name. i.e. “SAP Jam”, not just “SAP”. Add [CompanyName] [AppName] for [SSO | User Provisioning]
  3. Submit the request using your corporate email

Regardless of whether you’re creating a new request or supporting an existing, to help us prioritize the request and be able to follow up with you, we highly recommend that you complete the app request form and create the request on UserVoice.

Be aware that we may need to contact you to proceed with the app request.

For other Azure Active Directory related asks (non-app requests), go to the general Azure Active Directory forum

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  1. RemoteApp and desktop connections with Azure AD Web Application Proxy

    Today it is not possible to add RemoteApps to RemoteApp and Desktop Connections in Windows when RD Web is published with AAD WAP.
    This is because of issue with authentication. This would be a versy good feature. Especially when RemoteApp is used in a Windows 10 EM+S scenario.

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  2. Bug in Azure Authenticator app (Windows Phone version)

    Sometimes the Azure Authenticator app shows up a OTP as a number with a leading 0 (zero). But when the same OTP is entered into the Azure AD login verification screen, it removes the leading 0 and then gives an error since the OTP doesn't match.

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  3. Marpo

    Connect with agriculture dipartment bihar

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  4. Could you make office365 azure logon in linux

    I help with the small it section in a charity, they have windows 10 and an office365 subscription, as it logs in via the azureAD platform I thought,

    I teach people different platforms too such as Ubuntu etc

    And the differences they had between xp and windows ten so they can get their stuff to work the way they used to without compromising the security or users made in the admin tool

    Now my suggestion is, can you PLEASE pretty please make azure ad logon a downloadable option as simple as apt-get install product?

    It would be wonderful to be…

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  5. generic relaystates for each Office365/myapps app when using IdP-initiated SAML login

    when using IdP-initiated SAML login from any other resource/portal, the resulting homepage never allows to jump directly into a defined app or product, such as outlook.office.com or any of the integrated apps from myapps portal - there is no generic relaystate parameter available that would allow this "deep link" functionality to make o365 apps part of other resource aggregation portals. SP-initiated login obviously works fine...

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