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Configure
Cylance Endpoint Security
to synchronize with
Azure
Active Directory

To configure
Cylance Endpoint Security
to synchronize with
Azure
Active Directory
, you must configure both
Azure
and
Cylance Endpoint Security
to make the connection.
  1. Log in to the Azure portal.
  2. Create a new app registration for
    Azure
    Active Directory
    and assign the appropriate settings and permissions.
    1. Add a name for the app.
    2. Specify the account types can use the application or access the API.
    3. Select
      Web
      as the redirect URI type and set the URI as
      http://localhost
      .
    4. Set the following application permissions:
      • Group.Read.All (Application)
      • User.Read (Delegated)
      • User.Read.All (Application)
    5. Grant Admin consent to the application.
  3. Record the name you assigned to the app and the Application (client) ID.
  4. Create a new client secret and record the information in the Value column of the secret.
    The Value is available only when you create it. You cannot access it after you leave the page. If you do not record the value, you must create a new one. This is used as the client key in the management console.
  5. In the management console, on the menu bar, click
    Settings > Directory Connections
    .
  6. Click
    Add New Connection
    .
  7. Type a
    Name
    for the directory connection and the
    Domain
    for your
    Azure
    Active Directory
    .
  8. In the
    Client ID
    field, type the application ID generated by the
    Azure
    app registration.
  9. In the
    Client key
    field, type the client secret value that was generated by the
    Azure
    app registration in step 4.
  10. Click
    Add
    .