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We are trying to start with CRM Online. One of the first things we did was activate a sandbox environment that we attached to a group in our Azure AD. Works like a charm, all the users in that group (and all the users that are in groups that belong to that group) are added to CRM as users. Perfect. But... My own useraccount, wich we gave the systemadmin role, got disabled automatically. We found a way te reactivate it, but after a while it got disabled again.
We can't find any differences between my other account (I have two), that I set up in the exact same way, with the same licencing, groups, roles, ...
Is there any way to find out why my first account got disabled and my second didn't?
Thanks for any reply...
If your account got disabled, (In all Likelihood) would not be a Global Admin but that is all you mentioned that you created a fresh environment so couple of questions:
1) Account got disabled that is Global Admin
2) The second account you mentioned... is also Global Admin or a normal user
3) In CRM which user type is configured in CRM(Admin or Read-Write)
4) My other question is that. Did you used Azure AD group or Office 365 Security group.
In all likelihood, by exploring the above mentioned question you would(most probably) find the cause of the account getting disabled.
Thanks a lot Naveen Ganeshe! You helped me out a lot... :)
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