Administrative Units

Azure AD – You can now use dynamic membership rule for administrative units

About 2 years ago, Microsoft has introduced administrative units on Azure Active Directory (see https://t.co/hyacW4j9Po for more). Until now, the membership rule for administrative units was only using direct assignment. Well, today you can now use dynamic rule. To be able to do so, you need: at least Azure AD P1 license for each administrators …

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Azure AD – Delegate user management with My Staff (preview)

Microsoft is providing easier way to manage user accounts without the need of a support call to your helpdesk. With My Staff, you can delegate some level of user management tasks to a delegated authority, like a manager or team leaser. This will help end-users stuck accessing their applications because they forgot their credentials (don’t …

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Azure AD – You can now manage the Azure AD Administrative Units using the portal

You may already know this Azure AD feature, in preview for quite some time already, called Administrative Units (AUs). This feature allows you to create a container to store Azure resources which then can be used to delegate administrative tasks, during this preview period this can contain only users and groups and is only manageable …

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