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Install and Configure the Azure License Profile Manager

Article ID: 1672
Last updated: 24 Mar, 2020

Identity Maestro server includes an Azure License Profile manager as a snap-in to MMC.  This utility provides the means to create, manage and remove license profiles that can be used with Create forms and Office 365 Manage tasks.  This article describes how to install the MMC snap-in and how to create a desktop console for the Azure License Profile Manager.

This procedure involves:

Applies to

  • Identity Maestro 4.1.1+ 

Getting Started

Prior to installing the Azure License Profile Manager MMC plug-in, ensure that the following prerequisites have been met:

Install the Azure License Profile Manager MMC Snap-in

To install the and add the MMC snap-in:

  1. Use Windows Explorer to navigate to [install path]\Omni\IdentityMaestro\WorkflowEngine\RemoteAgents\Omni.RA.Microsoft.AzureAD.Agent\MMC

  2. Right-click the Omni.RA.Microsoft.AzureAD.MMC.exe file and select Run as administrator.

  3. In the User Access Control window, click Yes.

  4. Click the Install button.

  5. The installer will now show that the Snap-In is installed and the Uninstall button is now active.

  6. Click the Close button to close the installer application.

Create the Azure License Profile Manager Desktop Console

  1. Launch MMC using Run as administrator.

  2. In the MMC Console1 window, select File > Add/Remove Snap-in.

  3. Select the Remote Agent for Azure Active Directory from the Available snap-ins list and click the Add button. 

  4. In the Connect to Remote Agent window, click the Test Connection to Remote Agent button. You do not have to provide any login credentials as the connection uses a security token.

  5. Confirm that the connection test confirms that the connection is working and click OK.

  6. Confirm that the Remote Agent for Azure AD is in the Selected snap-ins list, and click OK.

  7. In the MMC Console1 window, select File > Save as and save this console to the Desktop as Azure License Profile Manager.

  8. Close the open MMC console.

  9. Locate and select the Azure License Profile Manager desktop icon.  Right-click the icon and select Run as administrator.

  10. In the "User Account Control" window, select Yes.

  11. In the Console navigation pane, right-click the Remote Agent for Azure AD node and select Refresh.

  12. The Azure License Profile Console should refresh to show the Office 365 subscription instance connection node.


     

  13. Close the console when you no longer need to use it.

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Article ID: 1672
Last updated: 24 Mar, 2020
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