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Identity Manager 8.2.1 - Administration Guide for Connecting to Azure Active Directory

Managing Azure Active Directory environments Synchronizing an Azure Active Directory environment
Setting up initial synchronization with an Azure Active Directory tenant Adjusting the synchronization configuration for Azure Active Directory environments Running synchronization Tasks following synchronization Troubleshooting Ignoring data error in synchronization
Managing Azure Active Directory user accounts and employees Managing memberships in Azure Active Directory groups Managing Azure Active Directory administrator roles assignments Managing Azure Active Directory subscription and Azure Active Directory service plan assignments
Displaying enabled and disabled Azure Active Directory service plans forAzure Active Directory user accounts and Azure Active Directory groups Assigning Azure Active Directory subscriptions to Azure Active Directory user accounts Assigning disabled Azure Active Directory service plans to Azure Active Directory user accounts Inheriting Azure Active Directory subscriptions based on categories Inheritance of disabled Azure Active Directory service plans based on categories
Login information for Azure Active Directory user accounts Mapping of Azure Active Directory objects in One Identity Manager
Azure Active Directory core directories Azure Active Directory user accounts Azure Active Directory groups Azure Active Directory administrator roles Azure Active Directory subscriptions and Azure Active Directory service principals Disabled Azure Active Directory service plans Azure Active Directory applications and Azure Active Directory service principals Reports about Azure Active Directory objects
Handling of Azure Active Directory objects in the Web Portal Recommendations for federations Basic configuration data for managing an Azure Active Directory environment Troubleshooting Configuration parameters for managing an Azure Active Directory environment Default project template for Azure Active Directory Editing Azure Active Directory system objects Azure Active Directory connector settings

Information about the local Active Directory user account

The Linked tab shows information about the local Active Directory user account, which is linked to the Azure Active Directory user account.

Table 31: Local Active Directory user account data
Property Description

Synchronization with local Active Directory enabled

Specifies whether synchronization with a local Active Directory is enabled.

Last synchronization

Time of the last Azure Active Directory user account synchronization with the local Active Directory.

SID of the local account.

Security ID of the local Active Directory user account.

Immutable identifier

Identifier that is used to maintain the relationship between the Active Directory user account and the Azure Active Directory user account. The identifier cannot be changed.

Distinguished name

Active Directory user account's distinguished name.

Full domain name

Full domain name of the user account's Active Directory domain.

Login name (pre Win2000)

Login name of the Active Directory user account for the previous version of Active Directory.

User login name (of local account)

Active Directory user account login name.

Attribute extension 01 - attribute extension 15

Additional company-specific information about the Active Directory user account.

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Assigning extended properties to Azure Active Directory user accounts

Extended properties are meta objects, such as operating codes, cost codes, or cost accounting areas that cannot be mapped directly in One Identity Manager.

For detailed information about using extended properties, see the One Identity Manager Identity Management Base Module Administration Guide.

To specify extended properties for a user account

  1. In the Manager, select the Azure Active Directory > User accounts category.

  2. Select the user account in the result list.

  3. Select Assign extended properties.

  4. In the Add assignments pane, assign extended properties.

    TIP: In the Remove assignments pane, you can remove assigned extended properties.

    To remove an assignment

    • Select the extended property and double-click .

  5. Save the changes.

Disabling Azure Active Directory user accounts

The way you disable user accounts depends on how they are managed.

Scenario:

The user account is linked to employees and is managed through account definitions.

User accounts managed through account definitions are disabled when the employee is temporarily or permanently disabled. The behavior depends on the user account manage level. Accounts with the Full managed manage level are disabled depending on the account definition settings. For user accounts with a manage level, configure the required behavior using the template in the AADUser.AccountDisabled column.

Scenario:

The user accounts are linked to employees. No account definition is applied.

User accounts managed through user account definitions are disabled when the employee is temporarily or permanently disabled. The behavior depends on the QER | Person | TemporaryDeactivation configuration parameter

  • If the configuration parameter is set, the employee’s user accounts are disabled when the employee is permanently or temporarily disabled.

  • If the configuration parameter is not set, the employee’s properties do not have any effect on the associated user accounts.

To disable the user account when the configuration parameter is disabled

  1. In the Manager, select the Azure Active Directory > User accounts category.

  2. Select the user account in the result list.

  3. Select the Change main data task.

  4. On the General tab, set the Account is disabled option.

  5. Save the changes.
Scenario:

User accounts not linked to employees.

To disable a user account that is no longer linked to an employee

  1. In the Manager, select the Azure Active Directory > User accounts category.

  2. Select the user account in the result list.

  3. Select the Change main data task.

  4. On the General tab, set the Account is disabled option.

  5. Save the changes.

For more information about deactivating and deleting employees and user accounts, see the One Identity Manager Target System Base Module Administration Guide.

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Deleting and restoring Azure Active Directory user accounts

NOTE: As long as an account definition for an employee is valid, the employee retains the user account that was created by it. If the account definition assignment is removed, the user account that was created from this account definition, is deleted.

You can delete a user account that was not created using an account definition through the result list or from the menu bar. After you have confirmed the security alert the user account is marked for deletion in the One Identity Manager. The user account is locked in One Identity Manager and permanently deleted from the One Identity Manager database and the target system depending on the deferred deletion setting.

For more information about deactivating and deleting employees and user accounts, see the One Identity Manager Target System Base Module Administration Guide.

To delete a user account that is not managed using an account definition

  1. In the Manager, select the Azure Active Directory > User accounts category.

  2. Select the user account in the result list.

  3. Click in the result list.
  4. Confirm the security prompt with Yes.

To restore a user account

  1. In the Manager, select the Azure Active Directory > User accounts category.

  2. Select the user account in the result list.

  3. Click in the result list.

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