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ADSI connection - add/remove access for multiple entitlement types

piotrj
New Contributor III
New Contributor III

Hi All,

Is it possible to have add/remove access JSONS for multiple entitlement types for ADSI connection type? If yes are there any examples for it?

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DixshantValecha
Saviynt Employee
Saviynt Employee

Hi @piotrj,

We are checking on your request and we will keep you posted.

DixshantValecha
Saviynt Employee
Saviynt Employee

Hi @piotrj,

Kindly furnish us with additional details pertaining to your business use case. Your insights and specific requirements will enable us to better understand and address your unique needs. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.Secondly what are the types of entitlement you are using.

Hi @DixshantValecha,

The scenario is as follows:

- we have security sensitive group in AD, the entitlement type 'memberof'

- we use analytical reports to automatically add users of certain type to the group as soon as the new account is created

- some user needs to be excluded from the group membership

- for exclusions we created a new entitlement type (exclusion group) and added entitlements that are present only in EIC, the reason for that is to avoid membership changes in AD

- users can request membership of exclusion group via ARS

- at the moment we need to manually close the tasks to add/remove users from exclusion entitlement because the endpoint (ADSI) type is configured to handle only one entitlement type in JSON.

 

What we want to to do is to automatically handle additional entitlement types in add/remove access JSON.

 

Hope that clarifies it.

 

Kind regards,

Piotr Jakimiuk

 

DixshantValecha
Saviynt Employee
Saviynt Employee

Hi @piotrj,

Could you please execute this through Postman (call to ADSI) and furnish your observations or findings?

piotrj
New Contributor III
New Contributor III

I'm sorry but what am I suppose to execute?

piotrj
New Contributor III
New Contributor III

Anyone with any idea if that's possible or not?