Azure AD Identity Protection and Azure AD Privileged Identity Management Subscription Requirements

With Azure AD Identity Protection and Azure AD Privileged Identity Management now generally available as part of AAD Premium P2, starting Monday December 5 2016 (TODAY!!), Microsoft is enabling license enforcement for existing tenants using Azure AD PIM.  Without an AAD P2 subscription or trial, tenants with AIP and PIM will see those capabilities disabled/removed.

Azure AD PIM will no longer be available in your tenant if:

  • Your organization was using Azure AD PIM when it was in preview and does not purchase Azure AD Premium P2
  • Your organization had an Azure AD Premium P2 trial that expired
  • Your organization had a purchased subscription that expired

When an Azure AD Premium P2 subscription expires, or an organization which was using Azure AD PIM does not obtain Azure AD Premium P2:

  • Permanent role assignments to Azure AD roles will be unaffected.
  • The Azure AD PIM extension in the Azure portal, as well as the Graph API Cmdlets and PowerShell interfaces of Azure AD PIM, will no longer be available for users to activate privileged roles, manage privileged access, or perform access reviews of privileged roles.
  • Eligible role assignments of Azure AD roles will be removed, as users will no longer be able to activate privileged roles.
  • Any ongoing access reviews of Azure AD roles will end, and Azure AD PIM configuration settings will be removed.
  • Azure AD PIM will no longer send emails on role assignment changes.

The Azure AD PIM subscription requirements:



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