Microsoft Azure Active Directory (AD) Summary

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Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) is Microsoft’s enterprise cloud-based identity and access management (IAM) solution. Azure AD is the backbone of the Office 365 system, and it can sync with on-premise Active Directory and provide authentication to other cloud-based systems via OAuth.

 

This integration with RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle, allows organisation to automatically collect access control list (ACL) data (who has access to what) and also allows organisations to directly provision/de-provision access. You can also use Azure AD for authentication purposes.

 

Cloud ApplicationsCollectorConnectorIdentity SourceAuthenticationOther
Microsoft Azure Active Directory (AD) Summary

 

Page Contents:

 

Summary - Collector (Governance) Capabilities

 

Summary - Connector (Lifecycle) Capabilities

RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle Azure AD AppGuide Available
Create an Account
Delete an Account
Add Account to Group
Remove Account from Group
Enable an Account
Disable an Account
Update an Account
Add Application Role to Account
Remove Application Role from Account

Create a Group

Delete a Group
Update a Group

Summary - Identity Capabilities

 

Summary - Authentication Capabilities


Note: Capabilities are always being updated, please check the documentation and comment below if something is not listed, which is required.

 

Other useful Resources / What Next:

ResourceRSA CertifiedOwnerCostDetails

 

Detailed Guides

To learn more, please find attached the detailed guides:

 

For Additional Support

 For additional Professional Services support, if needed to implement this solution, please contact your local account rep.

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