Quickstart: Add an enterprise application
In this quickstart, you use the Microsoft Entra admin center to add an enterprise application to your Microsoft Entra tenant. Microsoft Entra ID has a gallery that contains thousands of enterprise applications that have been preintegrated. Many of the applications your organization uses are probably already in the gallery. This quickstart uses the application named Azure AD SAML Toolkit as an example, but the concepts apply for most enterprise applications in the gallery.
It's recommended that you use a nonproduction environment to test the steps in this quickstart.
To add an enterprise application to your Microsoft Entra tenant, you need:
- A Microsoft Entra user account. If you don't already have one, you can Create an account for free.
- One of the following roles: Global Administrator, Cloud Application Administrator, or Application Administrator.
Add an enterprise application
Steps in this article may vary slightly based on the portal you start from.
To add an enterprise application to your tenant:
Browse to Identity > Applications > Enterprise applications > All applications.
Select New application.
The Browse Microsoft Entra Gallery pane opens and displays tiles for cloud platforms, on-premises applications, and featured applications. Applications listed in the Featured applications section have icons indicating whether they support federated single sign-on (SSO) and provisioning. Search for and select the application. In this quickstart, *Azure AD SAML Toolkit is being used.
Enter a name that you want to use to recognize the instance of the application. For example,
Azure AD SAML Toolkit 1.
If you choose to install an application that uses OpenID Connect based SSO, instead of seeing a Create button, you see a button that redirects you to the application sign-in or sign-up page depending on whether you already have an account there. For more information, see Add an OpenID Connect based single sign-on application. After sign-in, the application is added to your tenant.
Clean up resources
If you're planning to complete the next quickstart, keep the enterprise application that you created. Otherwise, you can consider deleting it to clean up your tenant. For more information, see Delete an application.
Learn how to create a user account and assign it to the enterprise application that you added.