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Microsoft System Center 2012 Orchestrator Cookbook by Andreas Baumgarten, Samuel Erskine, Steven Beaumont

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Adding users to groups in Active Directory

Active Directory groups are typically used to grant access to resources or permission delegation. An ongoing activity is adding users to AD groups. The resources users might need permissions for or, access to may be:

  • Access to data in shares
  • Access to client/server applications
  • Access to connect and use printers
  • Access to different types of network infrastructure such as VPN access

The following diagram shows the defined business process covered in this recipe:

Adding users to groups in Active Directory

Getting ready

In addition to the preparation in the introduction of this chapter we need to create a new Runbook in the Runbook Designer.

  1. In the Runbook ...

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