Unifying 3CX with Microsoft 365 – Part 2 of 3 – Single Sign-On (SSO)Mike Evanisko
Continuing with our 3 part video tutorial, last week, Stefan Walther, 3CX CEO, highlighted what initial steps are required to get your 3CX instance syncing with Microsoft 365. If you missed it, click here.
Now with Part 2 in mind, Hands up who has ever wished that their car key and house key were the same?
This short video highlights how the sync can be used to allow users to log into the 3CX Web Client or the Management Console using their Microsoft account.
This is a really neat feature as it will help with users accidentally blacklisting themselves by entering the wrong ID and password. Additionally, it will further extend the security to the system by adding multi-factor authentication as required by Microsoft.
Only users can authenticate and log in using their Microsoft 365 username and password if they have already had a user synced or created in 3CX.