How to create groups and users in Azure AD | Groups and role assign to users

How to create groups and users in Azure AD | Groups and role assign to users


If one of your users requires authorization to administer Azure AD resources, you must assign them to a role that grants them the necessary rights in Azure Active Directory (Azure AD).

Using the Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) interface, you may establish a simple group. A basic group is added to a single resource by the resource owner (administration) and includes particular members (workers) who need access to that resource for the purposes of this article. You can refer to this Azure Active Directory user administration documentation for more complicated scenarios.

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Create a basic group and add members using Azure Active Directory

You may make a basic group and then add members to it at the same time. To create a simple group and add members, follow these steps:

  • Sign in to the Azure portal using a Global administrator account for the directory.
  • Search for and select Azure Active Directory.
  • Azure AD Groups and Roles Assign
  • On the Active Directory page, select Groups and then select New group .
  • Azure AD Groups and Roles Assign
  • The New Group pane will appear and you must fill out the required information.
  • Azure AD Groups and Roles Assign
  • Select a pre-defined Group type . For more information on group types, see Group and membership types.
  • Create and add a Group name. Choose a name that you'll remember and that makes sense for the group. A check will be performed to determine if the name is already in use by another group. If the name is already in use, to avoid duplicate naming, you'll be asked to change the name of your group.
  • Add a Group email address for the group, or keep the email address that is filled in automatically.
  • Group description. Add an optional description to your group.
  • Select a predefined Membership type (required). For more information on membership types, see Group and membership types.
  • Select Create . Your group is created and ready for you to add members.
  • Select the Members area from the Group page, and then begin searching for the members to add to your group from the Select members page.
  • Azure AD Groups and Roles Assign
  • When you're done adding members, choose Select . The Group Overview page updates to show the number of members who are now added to the group.
  • Azure AD Groups and Roles Assign

How to get group attributes in test configuration so we can map groups.

  • Click on Assign users and groups.
  • Assign Group to Enterprise Applications
  • Click on Add user/group and then select your groups that you want to assign for applications.
  • Assign Group to Enterprise Applications
  • Now click on Setup Single Sign-On .
  • Assign Group to Enterprise Applications
  • Click on Edit button of attribute and claims section.
  • Assign Group to Enterprise Applications
  • Click on Add a group claim.
  • Assign Group to Enterprise Applications
  • Select the group which you want to return in the claim. Then click on Save button.
  • Assign Group to Enterprise Applications

Assign administrator and non-administrator roles to users with Azure Active Directory

  • Click on Azure Active directory button
  • Azure AD Groups and Roles Assign
  • Click on Users from the left menu bar
  • Azure AD Groups and Roles Assign
  • Create either a new user or search user as per your requirements, then select user profile .
  • Azure AD Groups and Roles Assign
  • Click on Assigned roles from left menu bar
  • Azure AD Groups and Roles Assign
  • Then click on Add assignments , then search role for this user and click on checkbox for assigning the role, then click on Add button
  • Azure AD Groups and Roles Assign
  • Now you can assign groups to same user by clicking on Group on left menu
  • Azure AD Groups and Roles Assign
  • Now click on Add memberships then search the group that you want to assign the user, select user and then click on select button
  • Azure AD Groups and Roles Assign

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