Azure Active Directory (AAD) Access

This functionality creates a connection to your Microsoft Azure Active Directory (AAD) instance and connects Application Control Consoles and Agents to that instance. This connection allows authentication and query of data and users in AAD.

If a registration is not configured, the other Application Control AAD functionality, such as for Rules, is unavailable. To set up registration, Application Control must be connected to your Azure AD instance.

Access the AAD command from the ribbon menu and provide the following information to configure your AAD Tenant:

  • Tenant ID - your AAD instance

  • Application (client) ID

  • Certificate Thumbprint

Each of these entries is specific to your AAD instance.

Use Test to check for the connection.

  • You will be prompted for User and Password and then the connection is validated.

  • Select OK to finish the connection for Application Control.

The connection is created and Application Control functionality for Groups and Users is available.

Further details on the connection are given for all User Workspace Manager applications in the UWM Online Help.

AAD Joined

This condition is used to verify the connection to Azure Active Directory has been made. The options are under the Is Azure AD Joined tab in the Is AAD Joined window, where you can choose to verify either Computer is joined or Computer is not joined.

Related Topics

AAD (Azure Active Directory) User Rules

AAD (Azure Active Directory) Group Rules