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This attribute contains the list of users that directlyreport to the user. The users that are listed as reports are those that havethe property manager property set to this user. Each item in the list is alinked reference to the object that represents the user.




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List active directory user attributes for all your AD users within Lansweeper. When AD users are scanned, most of their attributes are also retrieved which are included in this report. Details like job title, address, email, OU, employee info and more is all retrieved and can be filtered or sorted on to quickly find the employee you are looking for. Additionally, you can easily spot AD users who are missing information.


By default, Global Administrator and other administrator roles do not have permissions to read, define, or assign custom security attributes. To work with custom security attributes, you must be assigned one of the custom security attribute roles.


Users with this role can create and manage user flows (also called "built-in" policies) in the Azure portal. These users can customize HTML/CSS/JavaScript content, change MFA requirements, select claims in the token, manage API connectors and their credentials, and configure session settings for all user flows in the Azure AD organization. On the other hand, this role does not include the ability to review user data or make changes to the attributes that are included in the organization schema. Changes to Identity Experience Framework policies (also known as custom policies) are also outside the scope of this role.


Users with this role add or delete custom attributes available to all user flows in the Azure AD organization. As such, users with this role can change or add new elements to the end-user schema and impact the behavior of all user flows and indirectly result in changes to what data may be asked of end users and ultimately sent as claims to applications. This role cannot edit user flows.


Users with this role have global permissions to manage settings within Microsoft Kaizala, when the service is present, as well as the ability to manage support tickets and monitor service health. Additionally, the user can access reports related to adoption & usage of Kaizala by Organization members and business reports generated using the Kaizala actions.


Users in this role can manage Microsoft 365 apps' cloud settings. This includes managing cloud policies, self-service download management and the ability to view Office apps related report. This role additionally grants the ability to manage support tickets, and monitor service health within the main admin center. Users assigned to this role can also manage communication of new features in Office apps.


Users in this role can register printers and manage all aspects of all printer configurations in the Microsoft Universal Print solution, including the Universal Print Connector settings. They can consent to all delegated print permission requests. Printer Administrators also have access to print reports.


Users with this role can view usage reporting data and the reports dashboard in Microsoft 365 admin center and the adoption context pack in Power BI. Additionally, the role provides access to all sign-in logs, audit logs, and activity reports in Azure AD and data returned by the Microsoft Graph reporting API. A user assigned to the Reports Reader role can access only relevant usage and adoption metrics. They don't have any admin permissions to configure settings or access the product-specific admin centers like Exchange. This role has no access to view, create, or manage support tickets.


Users with this role have global read-only access on security-related feature, including all information in Microsoft 365 security center, Azure Active Directory, Identity Protection, Privileged Identity Management, as well as the ability to read Azure Active Directory sign-in reports and audit logs, and in Office 365 Security & Compliance Center. More information about Office 365 permissions is available at Permissions in the Security & Compliance Center.


Users with this role have global permissions within Microsoft Skype for Business, when the service is present, as well as manage Skype-specific user attributes in Azure Active Directory. Additionally, this role grants the ability to manage support tickets and monitor service health, and to access the Teams and Skype for Business admin center. The account must also be licensed for Teams or it can't run Teams PowerShell cmdlets. For more information, see Skype for Business Online Admin and Teams licensing information at Skype for Business add-on licensing.


Users with this role can access tenant level aggregated data and associated insights in Microsoft 365 admin center for Usage and Productivity Score but cannot access any user level details or insights. In Microsoft 365 admin center for the two reports, we differentiate between tenant level aggregated data and user level details. This role gives an extra layer of protection on individual user identifiable data, which was requested by both customers and legal teams.


Virtual Visits are a simple way to schedule and manage online and video appointments for staff and attendees. For example, usage reporting can show how sending SMS text messages before appointments can reduce the number of people who don't show up for appointments.


Is this any different in current branch config?. I have created an attribute in AD, linked it to the Computer Class, i can also see the attribute in Active Directory System Discovery as available and add it to selected attributes.


Its a boolean attribute with True/False/Not Set. for testing purposes only a few devices has this value defined as either True or False, but im not able to get this info into sccm with a full system discovery


It is good we can add the custom attributes to System and User Discovery. What will be the impact on SQL Database after adding this additional data? Schema has to be changed. Sync will take more network BW. Any ideas on this?


Delivery indicator Percentage of the impression goal delivered per the percentage of time elapsed. The delivery indicator is always with respect to the current state, not the reporting date range chosen.


ADAudit Plus audits every Active Directory attribute change in real-time with constant vigil. Know every change to user, computer, Groups and OU and be up-to-date on unauthorized attempts and get alerts for every attribute modification. Now audit AD object changes and view the Before / After attributes values along with detailed audit reports of 'Who' did 'what' action, 'when' and from 'where'! The security attributes such as Access Control Lists (ACLs) modifications can be viewed from a single report and help to reset immediately instead of having to look extensively. Retrieving the before attribute value helps to quickly avoid a disastrous IT security & compliance situation which would otherwise spiral out of control.


ADAudit Plus helps you monitor the crucial 'Extended security attributes' and 'Extended user attributes'. The IT Security threat is a mission critical issue. Imagine a Red Alert Situation of an Unauthorized Modification; ADAudit Plus instantly alerts the Administrators of the modifications in the Windows Active Directory. Being able to immediately point out the AD attributes last modified ensures the solution is instant and the issue is in control. The Advanced Audit Reports helps you to not only track AD object changes monitor the Objects in the Windows Active Directory Environment but also export the results to xls, html, pdf and csv formats for detailed analysis and computer forensics.


Crucial auditing of the group attributes, every change acts as a secure / security nightmare to the group objects. Set alerts and view pre-configured reports along with the before and after values to check on the modifications.


Audit Organizational Units which contains users, groups, computers and other organizational units. The smallest scope to which the administrative authorities are delegated and group policy settings can be assigned. Need more reason to audit-monitor-report!


Advanced, detailed and exclusive GPO attribute / permission changes report focuses on the most critical IT Security Stronghold. Audit every AD object change, query with the numerous attributes to filter and funnel down on the required information in a simple interface.


Hi @tpoljak, Based on your description, you want to query properties of Active Directory objects(users and computers) from Power BI Desktop. You can connect to Active Directory from Power BI Desktop following the instructions in this blog, load user table and computer table into Desktop. As per this similar blog and similar thread, user account status and computer status are controlled by the userAccountControl attribute, you should be able to expand userAccountControl column from user table and computer table in Power BI Desktop, then check the values. Thanks, Lydia Zhang 350c69d7ab


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