Azure AD Connector

Modified on Mon, 28 Nov 2022 at 02:59 PM

Intro


Azure App

The MS Azure AD Connector requires an App to be created in the client's Azure instance with the appropriate permissions and access rights. 

Please refer to this article on how to create the Azure App


Azure Connection

To connect to an Azure instance fill in the TenentId of the Azure Instance, the Client Id of the Azure app, and either a user/pass or secret key. 




Azure Keywords


Built-in Azure keywords of Users and Devices can be mapped to fields in ManagementStudio. By default, ManagementStudio will create the most common mappings for you.


Special Keywords

Special keywords are available only in ManagementStudio and generally apply some post-processing to Azure keywords. 


User Special Keywords


  • AccountEnabled
    • MS_AccountEnabledYN
      • Resolves to Yes or No
    • MS_AccountEnabledTF
      • Resolves to TRUE or FALSE
    • MS_AccountEnabledED
      • Resolves to Enabled or Disabled

  • MemberOf
    • MS_MemberOfName
    • MS_MemberOfId
    • MS_MemberOfNameAndId

  • Manager
    • MS_ManagerName
    • MS_ManagerUPN
    • MS_ManagerNameAndUPN

  • DirectReports
    • MS_DirectReportsName
    • MS_DirectReportsUPN
    • MS_DirectReportsNameAndUPN

  • Misc
    • MS_IdentityIssuer

  • LastActivity
    • MS_LastActivityHighest
    • MS_LastActivityInteractive
    • MS_LastActivityNonInteractive




Device Fields


AccountEnabled

    MS_AccountEnabledYN

    MS_AccountEnabledTF

    MS_AccountEnabledED


MemberOf

    MS_MemberOfName

    MS_MemberOfId

    MS_MemberOfNameAndId


Owner    

    MS_OwnerName

    MS_OwnerId

    MS_OwnerUPN


Dates    

    MS_LastActivity

    

Types

    MS_DeviceType

    MS_MdmType

    MS_JoinType


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