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access to Azure Active Directory

Super User Asked by sudhakar reddy on December 19, 2020

We need to identify Security groups (you should have access to Azure Active Directory), only the ones created from this moment and moving forward (we will ignore for now the existing ones) which name does not start with “SG – ” (the dash have a space before and after). We will enforce that every security group (at least the ones used on the MSCCloud project) needs to carry tat prefix on the name.

When we found one not following the rule, we should identify who is the owner (if there is one).

We need to also detect if an azure role was created and the name does not start with “RBAC – ” (the dash have a space before and after)

Same as before, we will ignore for now the existing ones, just the newly created should be consider. And for now that will be just for the DEVOPS subscription (we will add the other subscriptions later on).

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