Taking advantage of user provisioning was never that easy, this article will explain the process succinctly.

Article outline

  • Prerequisites

  • Steps to enable SCIM

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  • Azure AD Premium

  • Elements added as an application to Active Directory.  See this article to configure and setup Elements as an application and SAML for SSO.

  • an Elements Corporate Management with at least one connected domain

  • an Elements account which has the right to administer the Corporate Management environment

Steps to enable SCIM

1. Open the list of Enterprise applications in Azure Active Directory and select the Elements application (it will have whatever name was given to it when it was setup).

2. Select the Provisioning menu option

3. Open the Elements Corporate Management application and select the Config page and Provisioning tab.  The URL and key required for the following section are displayed.

4. In the Azure AD provisioning page, enter the following

In the Tenant URL field enter the the Base URL from the Elements provisioning page

In the Secret Token field enter the Token value from the Elements provisioning page

Click the Test Connection button to check that Azure AD can connect to Elements

5. Setup the synchronization settings

Turn provisioning on.

6. Assign Users to the Elements application

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