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Microsoft Azure – Manage Azure AD Privileged Identity Management

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  • Last Updated : 13 Nov, 2022
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Azure AD PIM stands for Azure Active Directory Privileged Identity Management (PIM). With Privileged Identity Management (PIM), the azure admin or user can manage, control, and monitor access to Azure Resources within the organization. Use Privileged Identity Management (PIM) to manage the lifecycle of role assignments of the users or groups and enforce a just-in-time access policy in azure, and you can also discover who has what roles in your organization with ease.

Scenario: If you have any Azure AD Role access and If you don’t find access to an enterprise application or any other AD service in azure then use the below steps to get access.

Step 1: Log in to Azure Portal

Step 2: Search and access Azure AD Privileged Identity Management from azure global search.

Azure AD PIM

 

Step 3: After accessing the PIM >> navigate to Tasks >> My roles

PIM

 

Step 4: Now navigate to Activate >> Azure AD Roles

Azure AD Roles

 

Step 5: From the Azure AD Roles Section access Eligible assignments and check your eligible assignment or assignments.

Azure AD

 

Step 6: Now choose your eligible assignment >> Click on Activate >> then set the time duration and mention business justification >> Click on Activate.

Application Administrator

 

Step 7: Once Activated, you can view the enterprise application in the Azure portal. 

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