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Mastering Identity and Access Management with Microsoft Azure by Jochen Nickel

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Creating and managing users and groups

In the next steps, we will connect to our Azure AD and create test users and groups.

  1. Start the Azure AD PowerShell console.
  2. Connect to Azure AD.
  3. Type $msolcred = get-credential and enter your fresh user ID.
  4. Type connect-msolservice -credential$msolcred.
  5. Start the script C:\Configuration\HRExports\HRImportToAAD.ps1.

    Tip

    Remember the Execution Policy settings of your PowerShell. More information can be found at: http://bit.ly/1EWLG03. Alternatively, you can also use connect-msolserviceto connect.

    After starting the script, go directly to https://manage.windowsazure.com with your admin@domain.onmicrosoft.com credentials. Select the user's section under your Azure Active Directory. You should find the users from the ...

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