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Sentinel Playbook Error

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Hi, for some time now I've been learning Sentinel and creating playbooks. Could someone explain how to do it in this particular case?

 

 
 
I am not able to proccess forward as I am missing AD info from query? How can I fix it?
is any way to add AD ID or principal name? or modify query?
 
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It looks like the "EmailEvents" table contains the Email address of the user (although I am not sure if you can use that to get a user's information or not). You can do a join on the "NetworkMessageId" column
best response confirmed by CyberKing (Copper Contributor)
Solution
Actually, breaking the problem would help here
Have a look at the logic app run history and look at the output parameters for Entities - Get Accounts steps and that should give you the dynamic field for email.
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best response confirmed by CyberKing (Copper Contributor)
Solution
Actually, breaking the problem would help here
Have a look at the logic app run history and look at the output parameters for Entities - Get Accounts steps and that should give you the dynamic field for email.

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