OpenID Connect

Authentication ::: auth_oidc
Maintained by Enovation Dev Team, James McQuillan, Zion Brewer, Nima Mojgani
The OpenID Connect plugin provides single-sign-on functionality using configurable identity providers.

OpenID Connect

Moodle 3.2
Released: Tuesday, November 20, 2018, 2:55 AM

Office 365 and Azure Active Directory Plugins for Moodle

OpenID Connect Authentication Plugin.

The OpenID Connect plugin provides single-sign-on functionality using configurable identity providers.

This is part of the suite of Office 365 plugins for Moodle.

This repository is updated with stable releases. To follow active development, see:


  1. Unpack the plugin into /auth/oidc within your Moodle install.
  2. From the Moodle Administration block, expand Site Administration and click "Notifications".
  3. Follow the on-screen instuctions to install the plugin.
  4. To configure the plugin, from the Moodle Administration block, go to Site Administration > Plugins > Authentication > Manage Authentication.
  5. Click the icon to enable the plugin, then visit the settings page to configure the plugin. Follow the directions below each setting.

For more documentation, visit

For more information including support and instructions on how to contribute, please see:

Issues and Contributing

Please post issues for this plugin to: Pull requests for this plugin should be submitted against our main repository:


© Microsoft, Inc. Code for this plugin is licensed under the GPLv3 license.

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Moodle 3.2
  • Latest release for Moodle 3.2

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Default installation instructions for plugins of the type Authentication

  1. Make sure you have all the required versions.
  2. Download and unpack the module.
  3. Place the folder (eg "myauth") in the "auth" subdirectory.
  4. Visit to finish the installation