Microsoft Azure Self-Service Capabilities - Microsoft Azure

What are the self-service capabilities in Microsoft Azure?

The ability to manage the group, user profile and the passwords is known as self service capabilities, which enables to reduce the cost of the IT department. The unwanted hassle of asking permission of the administrator is removed by the capabilities and also enhances the user experience. Not compromising on the security of the system the services are managed by the users in the limits of the organization policies set.

How Group is managed in Azure Self-Service Capabilities?

The usual practice is that if a group has to be created, the members of the group need to ask permission from the administrator to create the group. But in Azure, it is not the case, group can be created by any member of the group and the others can join the group. Later if desired the ownership of the group can be transferred to other members.

How Password is managed in Azure Self-Service Capabilities?

The users are facilitated to manage the passwords on their own. The password can be resent by the end users by making a self-registration for password reset, which enables the users to reset and change the passwords.

The administrators of the Azure Active directory control the Self-service capability policies. In accordance with the policy of the organization, the self-service capability policies can be configured. The administrators can view the reports on the end user password reset, change etc. Even though the users are made capable of self-service, the activities of the users can be monitored by the administrators.

This self-service capability service is used by the organization by subscribing to the basic or the premium version of Azure active directory.


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