Mar 26 2020 11:58 AM - edited Mar 26 2020 11:59 AM
Thanks for your patience while we work towards enabling the Printer Administrator Role through the UI portal.
In the meantime, you can enable the role through PowerShell using the following steps:
From Admin PowerShell prompt:
1) Install-Module -Name AzureAD
Note: will need to accept to install the module from PSGallery, which is an untrusted repository
Note: use the Global Admin user account
Note: if you see "Printer Administrator" in the results then it is enabled and can just start adding members.
If you do NOT see "Printer Administrator" in the results, run:
Enable-AzureADDirectoryRole -RoleTemplateId "644ef478-e28f-4e28-b9dc-3fdde9aa0b1f"
4) Add-AzureADDirectoryRoleMember -ObjectId "83e34fcb-2028-40f0-8d37-f84ebd9ece84" -RefObjectId "1319811c-4837-4e2e-bf62-45c80a3dd0c4"
Note: The ObjectId value is the Printer Administrator role object from the "Get-AzureADDirectoryRole" call. In my test tenant it is "83e34fcb-2028-40f0-8d37-f84ebd9ece84".
Note: The RefObjectId value is the user account's object ID in Azure AD. This can be found if you log into the Azure portal "https://portal.azure.com" and find the specific user account.
Once complete you can verify by going to the Azure portal and look at the "Directory role" the user account belongs to.
Apr 09 2020 08:01 AM
It's worked that way for me:
Apr 17 2020 04:40 PMSolution
You can now assign users to the Printer Admin role through the AAD UI portal. The shortcut link to the page is https://preview.portal.azure.com/#blade/Microsoft_AAD_IAM/ActiveDirectoryMenuBlade/RolesAndAdministr....