Add security groups to Office 365 groups
I need a way of making security groups part of an Office 365 group. I want to be able to add users to a security group and then they are automatically a member of a Office 365 group.
Dynamic group membership only appears to work for user attribute values and not their group membership.
Thanks to everyone for your feedback and votes on this item. We’re working through a couple of options and hope to have more information shortly. It’s a very difficult problem to solve since group membership is consumed across many different aspects of Microsoft 365. Thanks for your patience and keep the feedback coming!
Sam P commented
Any workaround for this?
This feature is a must to simplify the management of Office 365 groups
Jari Laakso commented
Really import feature. This update urgently needed. ETA?
Takahiro Kawazoe commented
Here is the roadmap. ETA : 2020 Q1
Erik Bouman commented
Any updates on this one? We are implementing Teams for a large customer of ours and this is asked very often...
Andy Tuke (Jisc) commented
Why is it that one of the largest software companies in the world have a release velocity that appears soooooo slow?
You havent even released things that were announced at Ignite last year
Lee Gaupp commented
I also have this need (large retail company) and would love to see this happen sooner than later. Building the 1000's of accounts via the Dynamic Membership in a Security Group and then adding that Dyn SG to an O365 Group that is designed as assigned.
Pär Adeen commented
I also would like it the other way around, adding O365 groups to AAD security groups.
Why: This might be to a missing feature in Power BI. Power BI currently can't att a Office 365 group to a RLS (Row Level Security) Role. One way top come around this could be to add a Office 365 group members into a AAD security group.
And I guess that also without this very specific Power BI need, there might be other reasons whay someone would like to do this as well
Erik Olsson commented
I have several large customers (5000+ users) in need of this feature to deploy Teams in the entire organization. At the moment this is seen as a blocker.
The ETA can be found here on the Roadmap (Q1 2020):
Any more news apart from the above on the already fantastic news that this is now a planned feature?
Dougla Becker commented
Is there any update on when this will be available?
Zach Will commented
Shows Q1 2020 on roadmap
Need this, when will it be available?
Same ETA question as everyone else, but in regards to GCC. Any chance this will be rolled out to everyone at once?
Any ETA on this?
Same question here! When will this be available?
Hi, any ideas, when this will be available? Especially large companies manage their active directory groups with identity management systems. S othere is really a need to update memberships for e.g. MS TEAMS based on the active directory groups.
Yves Marty commented
Did Microsoft realized that at least big companys have their own group management system and that it is an absolute need to reuse these groups for application management in O365 ? That's the necessary condition for large deployment of O365 solutions. I hope they understood and that this feature is a priority.
eric deferm commented
Important option, same Q as others, ETA?
Our team is very much looking forward to this feature!
It would be really great if you got around to this :)
If this would include a method to add owners as a group also, that would be the cherry on top.