Provision Users from Azure AD

Overview

In order to synchronize your Azure AD users and groups with Cora SeQuence (using Active Directory Synchronization Service), you need to add your Cora SeQuence ADSS as an application to your Azure Active Directory (Azure AD).

Prerequisites

Make sure you have Administrator privileges for Azure AD.

Add an Application to the Azure AD Portal

Visit the Microsoft Azure documentation to learn how to add applications to your Azure AD portal. Make sure you use the configurations detailed below for your Cora SeQuence sites.

Azure Active Directory Configurations

To configure the permissions for the newly created ADSS application, under Azure Active Directory > App registrations > ADSS. You will configure permissions for Windows Active Directory and Microsoft Graph.

Windows Active Directory Permissions

Navigate to Azure Active Directory > App registrations > ADSS  > Settings > Required permissions > Add > Select an API > Windows Azure Active Directory > Select. Configure the application permissions and delegated permissions, and click Done.

Application Permissions

  • Read directory data

Delegated Permissions

  • Sign in and read user profiles
  • Read all users' basic profiles
  • Read all groups
  • Read directory data

Microsoft Graph Permissions

Navigate to Azure Active Directory > App registrations > ADSS  > Settings > Required permissions > Enable Access > Microsoft Graph, configure the application permissions, and click Save.

Application Permissions

  • Read all groups
  • Read directory data
  • Read all users' full profile

Delegated Permissions

  • Sign in and read user profiles
  • Read all users' basic profiles
  • Read all groups
  • Read directory data

Grant Permissions

After you configure the necessary permissions, you need to grant the permissions to the application.

Navigate to Azure Active Directory > App registrations > ADSS  > Settings > Required permissions > Grant Permissions, and click Yes.

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  • Created: 11/29/2017 6:57 am EST
  • Last updated: 01/16/2018 5:58 am EST
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