Giving End Users Access to Exchange Online Messages in the Web Console

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You can give end users access to their messages in the Web Console using a Java-enabled browser on any remote computer. End users can browse and download messages using the Web Console, in a Commvault environment, with Azure Active Directory as the SAML identity provider.

Before You Begin

You must have Azure Active Directory as your SAML identity provider. For more information about integrating with Azure Active Directory (AD) in the Command Center, see Using Azure Active Directory as Your Identity Provider.

Procedure

  1. From the navigation pane, go to Manage > Security.

    The Security page appears.

  2. Click Identity servers.

    The Identity servers page appears.

  3. In the Name column, click a SAML identity server.

    The identity server page appears.

  4. In the General section, move the Auto create user toggle key to the right.

  5. To automatically add users to a user group, specify the user group:

    1. Beside User group, click Add or Edit.

      The Add default user group or Edit default user group dialog box appears.

    2. From the User group list, select the user group to associate with the users who are automatically created.

    3. Click Save.

  6. From the navigation pane, go to Security.

    The Security page appears.

  7. Click Roles.

    The Roles page appears.

  8. Click Add Role.

    The Add role page appears.

  9. In the Name box, enter a name for the role.

  10. Select the End User Access permission.

  11. Click Add.

    The role page appears.

  12. At the top of the page, click Roles.

    The Roles page appears.

  13. In the row for the role that you added, click the action button , and then click Edit Role.

    The Edit role dialog box appears.

  14. Under Security, enter the user group from step 5, enter the role from step 8, and then click Add.

  15. Click Save.

  16. From the navigation pane, go to Protect > Applications > Office 365.

    The Office 365 apps page appears.

  17. In the Name column, click the app.

    The App page appears.

  18. On the Configuration tab, in the Security section, click Edit.

    The Security dialog box appears.

  19. Enter the user group from step 5, enter the role from step 8, and then click Add.

  20. Click Save.