Add entitlement to multiple businessrules
Grady Koopman We created a new security group in Microsoft365 which we like to add to multiple business rules. Every department/location in our company has their own BR with DL's, Shared mailboxes etc so we wanted to add the newly created group to all of those BR's as an entitlement. We ended up opening all BR's to add the new entitlement. We figured it would be much quicker to be able to select the wanted BR's to add the entitlement to instead of the other way around. Does this clarify it a bit more?
Daniel Kokke: Our approach would be to have as less duplicate entitlements as possible within your business rules, because duplicate entitlements will lead to more business rules in common most of the time.
Please also keep in mind that our set of business rules has currently been limited by the requirements of HelloID https://docs.helloid.com/en/provisioning/performance-limits.html
The best solution would be to have single business rule, which could contain multiple conditions as a scope for this rule, in this case as many of the scoped titles or departments will be covered by this rule for example in which you also include the required Microsoft365 group to be granted to.
Grady Koopman: Grady, we have many unique BR's which contain many unique entitlements per BR but also general entitlements shared accros multiple BR's.
Adding the new entitlement to existing BR's instead of creating a new one would be creating unneccesary BR's since we already have a BR for those departments.
I hope we understand eachother correctly.
Daniel Kokke Thanks for the feedback. Would you explain a bit more in detail why you need this (what problem you need to solve with this), and maybe provide us a particular use case on this one?