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PhilippS23
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Create User in Active Directory with a Microsoft Form

Hello together,

 

I am new here and an amateur in using Power Automate. The reason why I came across Powerautomate in the first place is that we wanted to make it easier for us to create new users for our Active Directory.

We want a Microsoft form that the supervisors fill out for the new employees, and then after submitting the data, a new user appears directly in our Active Directory. This is very practical, especially for schools, where teachers change very often, new ones come and old ones go.

I started my research in the online Version of Power Automate, there I found the function to use a Form in my workflow to trigger for example an E-Mail.

But there is no function to directly create new users. So I downloaded the desktop version of Power Automate. There is now the function to control the Active Directory, but I'm missing the Forms function.

 

Is there any way to combine those functions?

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fchopo
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Hi @PhilippS23 

You can use a cloud flow in the following way:

teacher.png

 

1) When someone fills in a survey (which has 2 fields: Teacher Name and Teacher Email).

2) Get response details

3) Create a user in Azure AD

At the end you could send an email notification or post a message in teams about the process being executed successfully.

Hope it helps!

Ferran

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fchopo
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Hi @PhilippS23 

You can use a cloud flow in the following way:

teacher.png

 

1) When someone fills in a survey (which has 2 fields: Teacher Name and Teacher Email).

2) Get response details

3) Create a user in Azure AD

At the end you could send an email notification or post a message in teams about the process being executed successfully.

Hope it helps!

Ferran

Did I answer your question? Please consider to mark my post as a solution to help others.
Proud to be a Flownaut!

Perfect, seems to be the solution! I will try this, but I am sure this will work. Last step for me is now to sync the azure AD to our MS Server 2019 AD. 👍

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