# Azure Integration

Reference: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/app-proxy/application-proxy

# Setup

Guide client to configure:

  • DNS redirection for local.pozi.com to server on which Pozi Server has been installed as per normal
  • Azure Application Proxy to point to https://local.pozi.com/
  • ensure "Pre Authentication" is Azure Auth, not passthrough (refer Cardinia notes)

Afterthought: DNS redirection may not be required at all if the Azure App Proxy is just pointed directly to the server

Example

https://pozi-cardiniavicgovau.msappproxy.net/ points to https://local.pozi.com/

When configured correctly, a request from a logged-in user to URL (for example)...

https://pozi-cardiniavicgovau.msappproxy.net/resourcecheck/cardinia.json

...should return the same response as a local request to...

https://local.pozi.com/resourcecheck/cardinia.json

Ensure it doesn't return a response to a non-logged-in or anonymous user.

Configure site with new resource check URL, and test accessing private datasets within Pozi app (ie, by adding as a layer) to check for any issues with CORS.

# Site URL

Using [sitename].enterprise.pozi.com forces user to authenticate before proceeding to the Pozi site. These users will gain access to the private datasets.

Public users should continue to use [sitename].pozi.com. They will not be prompted to authenticate, and they will have access to only public data.

# Resource Check

Example: https://pozi-cardiniavicgovau.msappproxy.net/resourcecheck/cardinia.json