Azure Active Directory
This document provides the steps required to configure the Azure Active Directory Inspector.
Recommended Agent: On-Demand
Supported Agents: On-Demand or Self-Hosted
Is Auto-Discovered By: N/A
Can Auto-Discover: Azure Active Directory Child Inspectors (Delegated Access)
Parent/Child Type Inspector: Yes (Azure Active Directory Child Inspectors (Delegated Access))
Inspection via: API
Data Summary: Here
While the Azure Active Directory Inspector will work without any special licensing, the Inspector makes use of some license-dependent API endpoints to bring back specialized data. This includes:
- At-Risk Users
- Risk Detection Details
- User Sign-In Logs
- Self-Service Password Reset and Multi-Factor Authentication Details
- Application Sign-In Summary
You can find more information about which licenses are required in the links above.
See it in Action
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How to Set it Up
The Azure Active Directory Inspector is set up in the same manner as Inspectors in the Microsoft 365 Suite. The prework for these Inspectors can be done collectively for streamlined deployment.
To set up this Inspector, please follow our Microsoft Cloud Services setup documentation.
Updated almost 2 years ago