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New Azure B2B Invite process.


New Azure B2B Invite process: Redemption through a direct link

“Just in Time Redemption”.

In the past, in order for your guest/partner users to access a shared resources utilising Azure B2B Collaboration, they would have had to be invited by email to access resources/apps on your Azure Tenant. When receiving the email, your guest/partner clicks on the invitation link which will trigger its acceptance and consequent adding the guest/partner account as a guest user in your tenant and the providing access to the resources or apps you have configured.

 

Now, although that option still available, your guest/partner users can simply access the application you’ve invited them to. How? You can invite a guest/partner user by sending him/her a direct link to a shared app.

 

NEW Modernized Consent Experience. When a guest/partner user accesses your organization’s resources for the first time, they will interact with a brand new, simple, modernized consent experience.

 

Image source:https://cloudblogs.microsoft.com/enterprisemobility/2018/05/14/exciting-improvements-to-the-b2b-collaboration-experience/

 

After any guest user signs in to access resources in a partner organization for the first time, they see a Review permissions screen.

The guest/partner user must accept the use of their information in accordance to the inviting organization’s privacy policies to continue

 

Upon consent, the guest/partner users will be redirected to the application shared by you.

How it works:

      • You want your guest/partner user to access a specific application
      • You add them as a guest user to your organization (In the Azure Portal, go to Azure Active Directory -> Users -> New Guest User)
    • In the message invitation, type the link to the application you want them to have access to
    • Now, your guest/partner user will only have to click on the link to the application to immediately access it after giving consent.

 

It’s very simple isn’t it?

 

 

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