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Last updated Dec 4, 2023

Microsoft Azure Active Directory Authentication


The Microsoft Azure Active Directory connector supports the following authentication methods:
  • Application access - OAuth2.0 (Client Credentials)

  • Delegated access - OAuth2.0 (Authorization Grant)

To create a connection, you need to provide the following credentials:

  • For Application access:
    • Client ID
    • Client secret
    • Tenant ID
  • For Delegated access:
    • Client ID
    • Client secret
    • Tenant ID
    • Username
    • Password

To learn more about authentication credentials and how to set up the Azure Active Directory integration, see Setting up the Azure AD Integration in the Automation Cloud Guide.

Additional information is available in the Microsoft official documentation: Authentication and authorization basics, Introduction to permissions and consent, and Retrieving credentials.

Add the connection

To create a connection to your Microsoft Azure Active Directory instance, you need to perform the following steps:

  1. Select Integration Service from Automation Cloud.
  2. From the Connectors list, select Microsoft Azure Active Directory.

    You can also use the search bar to find the connector.

  3. Select the Add connection button.
  4. Click the Settings button menu to display the Authentication Type field and select one of the two options: Application access or Delegated access. By default, Application Access is selected.
  5. Enter the required credentials and select Connect.
    • Application access option:
    • Delegated access option:
    • The next screen needs you to sign in with your Username and Password.
  6. Your connection has been added.
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