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Create a Service Management Automation Connection and get an AD user

Quick screenshot episode on how to create a basic SMA Connection and how to use it for an AD connection to get an AD user in Azure Pack.

Create a SMA Connection

Click Automation and then Assets.

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Click Add Settings.

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Select the Connection type. In this example I have used ”ADD CONNECTION” type.

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Configure the connection.

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Create a Runbook to test the connection

Click the + sign, Runbook and then quick create. Input the parameters.

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Choose the new Runbook, Author and then Draft.

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Add the PowerShell code.

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Click Test to test the Runbook.

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Input a username that exist in the AD.

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If successful, the output should look something like this.

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