I’m having trouble getting Azure guest accounts get signed into my Fresh apps (Freshservice, Freshmarketer, Org Site). Normal Azure users are able to use the SSO login but guest accounts are getting SAML errors and “ <USER> cannot be logged in as this user is not part of this organization”.
I came across another post that said the guest account needs to have Freshservice account as well. I confirmed my guest user has a Freshservice requestor account.
Any ideas to resolve this would be appreciated. Thanks!
Best answer by viswanatha.mehtaView original
Yes you can. Our guests need to use a lightly different username. For this, its their <emailaddress> #EXT#@<MicrosoftTenantName>.
Have a look at the guest in Azure AD and go from there.
Our Our AAD UPN is build by default like this:
Why isn't it possible to implement this adress in the Requesters field for Mail?
I can't find any documentation about the allowed Characters in the field for Email.
By experimenting I have found the following characters are not allowed, are these the only ones:
Within FreshService it is not possible because the mailadress is not valid according to fresh.
Azure Guest Users will be able to authenticate themselves via SAML SSO.
SAML SSO handshakes send a NameID that Freshservice uses to identify the User. Freshservice expects an email address as the incoming NameID.
This NameID claim can be found under Azure Enterprise Apps > Freshworks > Single Sign on > Box2
Ensure that the variable used as the source for the NameID claim has an email address in the Guest User’s profile.
You can verify if the expected values are sent over as the NameID using a SAML Tracer browser extension.
Reach out to us at email@example.com if you need any assistance in this process.