Microsoft Azure Self-Service Group Management - Microsoft Azure

How groups are created by the users in Microsoft Azure?

Microsoft Azure facilitates the users to create groups by themselves. This can be done by the following steps:

Policy Setup for Self-service Group Management

Step 1 − Login into the management portal.

Step 2 − Go to the Active Directory.

Step 3 − Click ‘Configure’ tab from the top menu.

Step 4 − Scroll down and locate ‘group management’ heading. The option to let the users create and manage their own group is selected. Six different features need to be set under this header. The features keep on get adding by the Azure team.

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Step 5 − First option is ‘Delegated Group Management enabled'. If yes is chosen, it will allow to handover authority to manage the groups to users through the access panel which is the main purpose.

Step 6 − Second option is whether users can create security groups.

Step 7 − Third option is choose either to allow all users to manage groups or some of them. If ‘Some’ is chosen then specify the group.

Step 8 − Fourth option is, to enable/disable the users to create groups in Office 365.

Step 9 − Fifth option is, if desired to allow some of the users to create and manage groups for Office 365, then specify them.

Step 10 − Last option, is to enable dedicated group. If enable is chosen then it will ask to add the group members.

After all the changes are done, enter the ‘Save’ button to save all the changes done.


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