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Microsoft Azure Active Directory SSO for Jira Add-on has incorrect pre-populated setup data

We are currently evaluating Jira, and I am trying to setup our Azure AD to be integrated with Jira for SSO.  However, the Add-on (Microsoft Azure AD SSO for Jira) configuration option shows pre-populated setup information (Identifier, Reply URL, Sign On URL) that do not match with our system.  For instance, our system is SSL enabled, and all URL should have "https://", but the pre-populated setup has "http://" addresses.   

Using the Federation Metadata URL from Azure correctly populates other setup fields with "https://", but it would not change the incorrect default value or allow me to manually change them either.

Any idea what may be causing this problem?

 

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Hi,

I reported a bug on this, and Microsoft have updated their documentation today. I've tested the solution that it does work.

The issue occurs when you run behind a reverse proxy, you need to add the below attribute in connector port in server.xml file of Jira:

scheme="https" proxyName="<subdomain.domain.com>" proxyPort="<proxy_port>" secure="true"

Se step 9 on the following documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/saas-apps/jiramicrosoft-tutorial

Hope this helps.

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