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What is Sine Active Directory Sync plugin?
Sine’s Active Directory Sync is a plugin that allows organisations to synchronise their Microsoft Azure Active Directory (Microsoft AAD) group members to Sine Host groups. The synchronisation is an automatic process and occurs at 11:00 Adelaide, Australia time every day.
Read the FAQ: Sine Active Directory Sync plugin for details on subscription and other general queries.
How to access the Since Active Directory Plugin?
Note: These steps are to be carried out when the plugin has been enabled.
Read the FAQ: Sine Active Directory Sync plugin for details on getting the Sine Active Directory plugin enabled.
Log in to Sine Core, using your Sine Team Admin credentials
Select the Admin Dashboard icon. Note: Contact Sine Support if you do not see this icon.
The Active Directory Sync plugin is displayed.
What is consent?
Consent is the process of a user granting authorisation to an application to access protected resources. In our case, Sine requires access to read the various user profiles created in Microsoft Azure Active Directory (AAD).
For details see Grant consent to setup Sine AD Sync plugin.
Support for Multi-tenancy
Sine Active Directory Sync plugin supports Multi-tenancy. This means you can create separate Active Directory Sync tasks via the Plugins page in the Admin Dashboard for different tenants that have different Microsoft Azure Active Directory (Microsoft AAD) instances but are all part of same Sine Team. When set up, the Active Sync tasks will be carried out approximately at 11:00 Adelaide, Australia time daily.
Here are some resources to help you set up the Sine Active Directory Sync plugin for your organisation.
Task to complete
Enable the Sine Active Directory (AD) Sync plugin
Contact Sine Support or your Sine Success Manager, for assistance
Configure Sine AD Sync plugin
See article: Setup Sine Active Directory Sync plugin
Further reading: Grant consent to setup Sine AD Sync plugin
Add a new Synchronisation task (as a part of Multi-tenancy support in Microsoft Azure Active Directory)
Manually run synchronisation task
Edit, delete or disable synchronisation task