We are evaluating Office 365 integration with Okta. I need to be able to easily switch between testing authentication using Okta and directly with Office 365.
How would I remove the WS-Federation settings that are detailed in the WS-Federation authentication setup guide? The guide details both Set-MsolDomainAuthentication and Set-MsolDomainFederationSettings commands that I need to know how to reverse either as part of testing or as part of a roll-back.
I can't add anymore, Kevin has answered the question perfectly. One of the best features in okta is how easy it is to implement and the fact they give you the command lines to setup federation off the bat.
As an update to this that I tested yesterday, if you had OKTA automatically set up the Ws-federation originally (where you give it admin credentials) - it will automatically remove the federation from the O365 domain when you switch the app back to SWA. I verified it using the powershell command get-msoldomainfederationsetting.
So if I am reading this right, the following command: Set-MsolDomainAuthentication -DomainName <your.domain> -Authentication managed will turn off Okta SSO and force users to sign in with their domain creds?
Hi, has anyone been able to replicate this? I tried running the command listed above and it doesn't seem to do anything. O365 is still being federated via Okta. We are having some issues with the SAML SSO so we want to disable the feature.