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Azure AD now provides end user-facing SSPR experiences comparable to MIM. In addition, Azure AD SSPR supports additional customization options, including providing custom contact information. Read more at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/authentication/concept-sspr-customization
Thanks for all the feedback, we have made progress on this and the ability to apply the same policy to multiple groups (and applications) is now live! You can include multiple groups or apps in a single Azure AD access review for group membership or app assignment. Access reviews with multiple groups or apps are set up using the same settings and all included reviewers are notified at the same time. (more info in “What’s new in AAD, Feb 2019” https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/fundamentals/whats-new)
We’ll be continuing to work on applying an Access Review policy to new groups as they are created, and update here when that’s done.
Thank you John for the feedback! My understanding is that you are referring to access reviews of privileged roles in the PIM experience.
In regards to reviewing on-prem group Domain Admins, historically, groups like that were blocked by AAD connecto for not sending them to AAD, so they are filtered out.
For cloud based group Global Admins, you can review global admins in the current PIM experience, these 2 articles should help you get started –
If you have any more questions – feel free to email email@example.com
Thank you Joachim for the feedback! That is a valid point and we have this feature in our roadmap. Please stay tuned for updates! If you have any more questions – feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.