How to add users in Diri

1 - How to add users in Diri

How to add users in Diri

This article is about adding one or more users to the Diri application.

Adding users from Microsoft Azure AD

Only administrators can add new users.
  1. Log in to Diri and click on Organisation
  2. Add your Tennant ID from Microsoft Azure AD
  3. Invite users 

Adding local users in the Diri application

You can also add users locally in Diri, but we recommend Azure AD as it is the most secure and accessible authentication method.

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