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Microsoft Azure Active Directory Premium - Subscription license - 1 user - hosted - GOV - Open Value - level D - additional product, Open
- Online & appliance based services - cloud computing software
- Additional product, Microsoft Open Program update
- Group-based application access
Use groups to provision users and assign user access in bulk to over 1200 SaaS applications. These groups can be created solely in the cloud or you can leverage existing groups that have been synced in from your on-premises Active Directory.
- Self-service password reset
Azure has always provided self-service password reset for directory administrators. With Azure AD Premium, you can now further reduce helpdesk calls whenever your users forget their password by giving all users in your directory the capability to reset their password using the same sign in experience they have for Office 365.
- Self-service group management
Azure AD Premium simplifies day-to-day administration of groups by enabling users to create groups, request access to other groups, delegate group ownership so others can approve requests and maintain their group's memberships.
- Advanced security reports and alerts
Monitor and protect access to your cloud applications by viewing detailed logs showing more advanced anomalies and inconsistent access pattern reports. Advanced reports are machine learning-based and can help you gain insights to improve access security and respond to potential threats.
- Multi-Factor Authentication
Multi-Factor Authentication is now included with Premium and can help you to secure access to Azure, Microsoft Online Services like Office 365 and Dynamics CRM Online, and over 1200 Non-MS Cloud services preintegrated with Azure AD. Simply enable Multi-Factor Authentication for Azure AD identities, and users will be prompted to set up additional verification the next time they sign in.
- Forefront Identity Manger (FIM)
Premium comes with the option to grant rights to use a FIM server (and CALs) in your on-premises network to support any combination of Hybrid Identity solutions. This is a great option if you have a variation of on-premises directories and databases that you want to sync directly to Azure AD. There is no limit on the number of FIM servers you can use, however, FIM CALs are granted based on the allocation of an Azure AD premium user license.
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