What is your primary use case for Microsoft Identity Manager?

How do you or your organization use this solution?

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Top 10Real User

The primary use case is for the single migration of the user from on-premises to Azure Active Directory in the cloud. It is also used for the Microsoft authentication application for mobile devices. We authenticate on the smart device back to back so they can access their emails and other applications. We are planning to use this for the Windows 10 authentication as well as directly from the Azure Active Directory.

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Top 5LeaderboardReal User

We are currently using a hybrid identity access management solution. We've got an on-premise ADFS that is running a Server 2016 ADFS farm. That is coupled to a Microsoft Identity Management Server 2016, which is then coupled to Azure Active Directory as the cloud-based identity and access management solution.

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Top 20Real User

We work with Microsoft Active Directory, Azure Active Directory, and Microsoft Services as an identity and access management system. This solution provides privileged identity management single sign-on, so we're focusing on that.

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Real User

Our primary use case for this solution is to secure the identity of our customer. It is required for compliance and for making our systems very secure.

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Top 20Consultant

I use Microsoft Identity Manager to help users with different groups, closing different applications, access provision, and for de-provisioning access for different applications.

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