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Is it possible to create a dynamic Security Group within azure to automatically add every new Guest Account to this group for example to use to assign access to a Customized SharePoint Collab Landing Page for External Users or other such Tasks ? unfortunately i could not find such a Group or Option only for full Internal User Accounts.
06-06-2018 10:28 AMSolution
Yes, it's possible via the Dynamic Azure AD Groups functionality: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/active-directory-groups-dynamic-membership-a...
The membership rule you need is: (user.userType -eq "Guest")
06-07-2018 03:28 AM
@Vasil Michevhow does the licensing for this scenario work? I thought that dynamic group members needed to have AAD P1, is there an exemption for guests?
06-07-2018 10:19 AM
Shhhhh, let it slide :) I'm not sure to be honest, I know that they are not enforcing the licensing requirement in code, but whether Guest users need to be licensed...
06-09-2018 06:28 AM
Its actually always the Tenant which invites the Guests requiring the correct count of Licenses regarding Azure MFA. Its a 1:5 Ratio.
You need 1 User which has a AD Premium or Azure MFA License and with that you can have 5 Guest Users which are required to use MFA while accessing one of your Resources /SaaS Apps.
They do not have to be related to that specific User.
I hope this helps to clarify
02-27-2019 01:58 AM
03-01-2019 02:49 AM
how would it be the case that guest users in the Dynamic group would get a welcome email? In order to be dynamically added to the group the guest user would already have been invited into the tenant in order for them to have been created in Azure AD, only after being created could they be added to the dynamic group.
I've created a number of dynamic security groups for external users based on their UPN domain, however, adding them to SharePoint site security groups does not appear to work, the external users don't get access to the site.
03-03-2019 11:16 PM
By default, as each new member is dynamically added to the group, they all receive a welcome email - in this case a bunch of them at once because they were existing tenant members.
And for us, assigning permissions for the dynamic group to something in SharePoint worked.
03-04-2019 01:07 AM