groups

Self Service in Microsoft 365

One of the great things about Azure Active Directory is the capability of self-service. Maintaining security groups can be a laborious and cumbersome task to do. The same applies to resetting passwords, handing out licenses, permissions, applications, and privileged roles. What if I told you that you can delegate most of these tasks to your end-users, their managers, or product-and application owners? In this blog post, I will show you the built-in capabilities of self-service in Azure Active Directory, which… 

License on-demand with Power Automate and Azure AD

Most organizations are using group-based licensing in Azure Active Directory. This is often integrated with the onboarding process of the users. But there are some use cases where you have some non-standard licenses attached to your tenant that you hand out on demand. You could still use group-based licensing, but users are added manually to the group. Thinking about that scenario, I came up with a pretty easy method to automate this flow. In short: a user can request a… 

Use Power Automate for your custom “dynamic” groups

Azure AD Dynamic Groups Dynamic groups in Azure AD are awesome. I use them a lot. Dynamic groups can create groups based on attributes. For example, you can create a group that includes all the users from the Sales Team. The query for the group would look like this: If a new user comes along with the same attribute, the user will automatically be added to this group. This can be really helpful for onboarding. You can pick a lot…