Azure AD Actions¶
Actions are the operations (or API operations) that will take place as a result of the trigger defined in the upstream application. These actions you can perform on Azure AD by simple drag-drop and data mapping of elements and values from the trigger, derived values using formulas or desired constant that you may wish to map.
All of the actions that you see below automate what you can do manually on Azure AD.
As shown below, you can manage Azure AD users in response to a trigger event.
Add User into a Group¶
You can select the "Add User into a Group" action to add a user into a selected group. All the users which match the criteria you have defined will be added in to the selected group.
As seen in Figure 2, a new user will be added to the group
Sales Operations if the user is in the
Sales Department. An incident updated in ServiceNow acts as the trigger for this action.
You can use "Block User" action to block an existing user from signing in. All the users which match certain criteria will be blocked.
As seen in Figure 3, a user will be blocked if he is from the
Sales_1 department and the trigger defined in ServiceNow.
You can use "Create User" action to a create new user using values from the input trigger event.
As seen in Figure 4, a new user will be created with a new
Department based on the trigger data received from Dynamics 365 CRM.
Remove User From a Group¶
You can use "Remove User From a Group" action to remove user from an Office 365 group or a security group. All the users which match certain criteria will be removed from the selected group.
As seen in Figure 5, a user from the
Sales Operations group will be removed based on the object created in Dynamics 365 CRM.
You can use "Update User" action to update user properties in Azure AD. All the users which match the criteria defined by you will be updated with the attributes.