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I have given below task which I am new to this.
1. Create user accounts for D365FO
2. Create user accounts to login to LCS
3. Create user accounts to Virtual Machine which some has limited access and some has IIS Admin access
4. Create Azure portal access
While creating user accounts not every member has same role. some will have full roles and some has limited roles.
For example lead should have IIS Admin access.
So Is there any step by step guide with images to learn the above. I have given user account which control every thing.
But need to know where to navigate and create user and roles.
For D365FO and LCS access the users need to have accounts in your organizations Azure Active Directory. Do they already? If no, they need to be created.
Then, let's move forward.
1. This is handled in D365 in System administration - Users - Users. On this form you can click Import users to import users from your AAD. After import, you need to assign the required security roles for these users. This is done in the "Assign roles" area in user information details.
2. In LCS go to your project, and in the hamburger menu in the top choose Project users. Here you can invite new users and select which role you want them to have.
3. What is the purpose of this? Normally only developers login to (dev) virtual machines. And they need admin access. This account already exists. For Cloud hosted environments you can actually find Admin and User account names and credentials in the Full details of the environment. Is this the info you were looking for?
4. What kind of access do they need in Azure Portal? Anyway in Azure portal go to Users, and here you can manage all your AAD users. When you click an user you go to the details of the user, and can assign different roles.
For each of these steps you can find more information by searching the web.
Reg 3rd point:
There is a default user (builtin\User205****) exist which is used to login to VM machine currently. Team member reported that they could not able to open IIS. They need to open IIS to control AOS services. How to assign IIS Access to builtin\User205****
If it's a Microsoft Managed dev system, you don't have admin access and can't manage IIS.
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