Teams CAN BE added to Azure AD?
Recently one of our clients had an interesting question that regarded the use of their Active Directory. Our client hoped to have their Active Directory manage security within Dynamics 365 via Teams.
From the collection of research that we conducted, it seemed obvious to look at any recent functionality that may have been available. This sent out research towards Teams in Dynamics 365 online. Fortunately I was able to find Debajit’s blog who’s information on this subject was excellent .
The Azure AD Object Id for a Group field on the team record sounded exactly what we were looking for but then how does this work?
It seems that you can now link Teams in Dynamics 365 to Azure Active Directory Groups.
This is a really exciting development for Dynamics 365 and this means of course that if you add security roles to the linked AD Team that you create then you could have a security setup managed by Office 365 Exchange.
After coming across Debajit’s Dynamics 365 Blog, he explained the setup process in a seamless fashion that is very easy to follow. With his step-by-step guidance, and further research our client was able to enjoy their new solution. Take a look of our screenshots alongside with Debajit’s blog to further assist you in creating this solution.
Essentially the setup for this could not be simpler and it seems to work very well. Note the original blog article for the curve ball though. Your members (of the Team) seem not to show up in Dynamics until they login, which is fine as everything still works just fine.
Here is a direct link to Debajit’s work:
Have a great day,