Is there a way for users to provide a business justifcation in the web interface when requesting a role change or access to a group. We'd like the user to provide the business justification and have it provided to the manager(s) to inform their approval decision.
Unfortunately, this is impossible at the moment.
Any resolution to this yet? This would be a welcome feature.
No, not yet. if you don't mind, we'll add a +1 to this request in our Product Backlog on your behalf.
What would be the best way to create a Business Unit for all users in a domain that have Office 365 licenses assigned to them? I can do it with powershell but I would like to have the Info as a Business Unit and I don't want to re-invent the wheel. Thanks, Tim
We have been using Business Rules for newly created/changed active directory objects successfully for sometime now. In our current environment, most of our user objects are being ... Or is this better handled by a scheduled task to process newly created users?
This is the query I am using (basically if "Photo" is empty): (&(sAMAccountType=805306368)(!(photo=*))) which returns everyone in AD, not just users without photos. ... sAMAccountType=805306368)(!(manager=*))) What am I doing wrong? Can my query be fixed?
I have been trying to figure out the best way to have multiple Business Units and locking a manager of a business unit to that business unit and only that ... solution and doesn't give me all the functionality that this particular situation is requiring.
I would like the request for access approval to include a justification and an optional duration field (in case not permanent) that can assist in the approval process and also be recorded for auditing purposes. Is this possible?