11-01-2017 12:15 PM
11-01-2017 12:15 PM
We have several sites I have created for departments as Modern Team Sites connected to Groups (we are in SharePoint Online). I want to be able to utilize AD security groups for permssions to the Modern Team Sites connected to Groups. I can only add them from "Advanced Permissions" into the main 3 sharepoint groups (Owners, Members, Visitors)
But when folks from that AD group goes to said Modern Team Sites connected to Groups, it says they do not have permission to view. Do Modern Team Sites connected to Groups only accept adding indiviuals as users? when I do that everything works correctly
11-01-2017 12:24 PM
Mmm...behind the scenes is still old SharePoint....but it's also true that Modern SPO Team sites are a little bit different compared to classic SPO sites. Adding here @Christophe Fiessinger
11-01-2017 12:29 PM
Thank you @Juan Carlos González Martín I figured as much. We have a couple of sites built on the classic page model and AD security groups works as intended there. But not sites built from the Modern model
11-01-2017 12:57 PM
Hi @Juan Carlos González Martín I also see this post from earlier this year, where it says adding AD security groups to Officce 365 groups does not work.
11-01-2017 02:01 PM
11-01-2017 02:21 PM
11-01-2017 02:47 PM
So, to clarify: I create an O365 Group that, when created, has a SPO bound; after this, I want to use AD Security Groups to make user access the SPO pages of the O365?
11-01-2017 02:51 PM
Hello @Marco Mangiante,
yes correct Create an Office 365 Group/SharePoint site, add AD Security Group like "Public Works Department" and they can then access all the sharepoint and O365 group features
11-02-2017 07:33 AM
Have you tried to add the security group out of the "standard" groups (i.e. Owners, Members, and Visitors)?
In my experience, tweaking the "standard" groups by the "Advanced Permissions" UI doesn't work...
11-02-2017 01:59 PM
Hello @Douglas Clelland
for SPO site I can confirm that I tried it and users can access and view pages when AD Security groups are nested inside SPO standard groups. If I remember, it is also possible to check if the permissions are working with the check button in the advanced UI.
03-27-2019 04:16 AM
Had the same trouble - but found solution for Adding Local AD Security Groups to SharePoint Online Groups - Synced to Azure AD via Azure AD Connect to ur O365 tenant
Connect-PnPOnline –Url https://site.sharepoint.com/sites/YourSite –Credentials $cred
Add-PnPUserToGroup -LoginName Local_AD_Security-Group -Identity 'YourSite Members'
Should remember that the Site Group associated with your Share Point site i.e. The Office 365 group - cannot currently have a Security Group of users from a Local AD Group added to it - HOWEVER there are Scripts available to Sync the users from an Local AD Group to an Office 365 Group.
You will want users in the Office 365 Group as well so that they can be affiliated with your Microsoft Teams Team and Channels (If you use Microsoft Teams that is)
Hope this helps someone.