I would like users to use Adaxes to add themselves or others to a group, but instead of it just working, it has to go thru an approval process and be approved by the group owner before they are added.
Yes, it is possible. For details, have a look at the following tutorial: https://www.adaxes.com/tutorials_DelegatingPermissions_RequestApprovalForAddingMembersToGroups.htm. Additionally, you will need to grant users the permissions to manage membership of the groups. For information on how to grant the permissions, have a look at the following tutorial: https://www.adaxes.com/tutorials_DelegatingPermissions_GrantRightsToModifyADGroupMembership.htm.
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Some of our users don't log on to AD ever therefore does not give us a true user picture?
When I create a user from adaxes I also want it to be added to MS Teams groups. At this moment i create the account in adaxes after that i need to add this user in all groups that we have in MS Teams so i what to automate this when i create a new usuer.
Is there a way to get the name of the user who approved a request and supply that to a step inside of a custom command? For example, HR submits a status change for an employee. ... and pass it as a param in a custom command that is called in one of the steps?
I am wanting to export a list of users including the properties of a specific custom attribute. Ideally, I would be able to run a get-admuser and filter on a custom attribute, but even an excel report with the custom attributes would work. Is this possible?
For example, if the scope is a specified OU, running the report will list management history for every object in the OU even if it has had no management operations ... so objects that have not had any recent modifications are excluded from the report results?