40 votesunder review · 8 comments · Azure Active Directory » Privileged Identity Management · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
I consider the adaquest software inappropriate for this as using third party software could allow them access to your tenant through your credentials (in spite of whatever controls they might put in place). If this could even just be natively added for admins in the O365 portal it would be nice so that they don't have to go to one portal to elevate, then the other to do their work.
31 votes6 comments · Azure Active Directory » Privileged Identity Management · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Thanks for your feedback!
332 votes20 comments · Azure Monitor-Log Analytics » Log Management and Log Collection Policy · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
This is currently under development, scheduled to be in preview later in 2018
19 votes5 comments · Azure Active Directory » Self-Service Password Reset · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Thank you for your feedback! We will take this into consideration and welcome any specific ideas or feedback you have in the meantime. Would you like to see some sort of custom password strength meter? Or maybe just text that tells the user what the on-prem password policy is? Thank you in advance!
Sadie Henry (sahenry)
Either one is good, just something to help people to either properly reset their password according to the on-prem AD rules or some feedback other than just saying the new password was invalid.
Cloud Device Administrator is the new role that will provide this capability . This will be generally available in the coming months
Second this, it would be great to delegate this to helpdesk staff instead of requiring Global Admins to do it...
This is currently in planning for enabling it for Azure AD joined devices, NOT for AAD DS
9 votes1 comment · Azure Monitor-Log Analytics » Log Management and Log Collection Policy · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
133 votes17 comments · Azure Active Directory » Self-Service Password Reset · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
We are planning to re-design the self-service password reset experience. The new experience will be mobile-friendly! We’ll keep you up to date as we make progress.
Count me in on this, it would really help in our consideration to replace our on premise Password reset tools with Azure SSPR
30 votes5 comments · Azure Active Directory » Self-Service Password Reset · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Hi folks! I apologize for the delay in response here. This work is still planned and will start soon. I will update this request as soon as work has started. Thank you for your patience!
There's currently two policies for SSPR in Azure AD, one for regular users which you define through the portal, and then a slightly different one for users who are members of privileged groups like Security Admin, Global Admin, etc. It's not well documented, but would be nice to expand this so you could have a bunch of different templates kind of like they do for RMS.
Yes, this please. Either this or find a way to deploy a local GINA plugin so that people can reset or unlock their accounts without having to already be signed in.
We have made some great progress on this idea and most of our services today do support move resources across groups.
We are still working towards 100% support and while we do that it would be great if you can help us prioritize the missing services.
Please file individual asks on each service category present in uservoice and vote for it.
Azure Portal Team