2) Acquiring Your Application ID
Register Quicklaunch System Check-In in Azure Portal
You may need to work with your IT staff to register Quicklaunch in the Azure Portal
Here are some helpful links from Microsoft on how to generate an Application ID in azure:
Create the Azure App Registration with the following information:
|App Registration name||"Quicklaunch System Check-In"|
|Redirect URI - Public Client (mobile & desktop)||https://login.microsoftonline.com/common/oauth2/nativeclient - NOTE: this may be a checkbox|
|Redirect URI - Public Client (mobile & desktop)||urn:ietf:wg:oauth:2.0:oob|
|Configure for multi-tennant application||this is an option that may be in the redirect URL section|
|Permissions||Microsoft Graph User.Read|
|Permissions||Grant Consent - this will prevent every user from being asked permission when they click on system check in|
Once this app registration has been setup, make sure to follow the instructions below and click "Verify". You may be prompted for further permissions to read azure active directory.
Setup Quicklaunch System Check-In
Enter Quicklaunch Settings by selecting CTRL-ALT-S on your keyboard
Navigate to Accounts > System Check-in
Enter you Application ID
Enter a Microsoft Work account and press Next.
Enter Password and press Sign in
If there is a green check-mark visible in-front of the Verify link, this has been properly configured.
Step 5 - Test your configuration
Save your settings.
Select CTRL-ALT-L on your keyboard to enter the screen saver.
Test credentials when prompted.