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WordPress Users and Azure Active Directory

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WordPress Users and Azure Active Directory

Supported Triggers and Actions for Integration

1. Select a Trigger

  • User registered

    Triggered when a new user is added or registered.

  • User profile updated

    Triggered when a user profile is updated.

  • User logged in

    Triggered when a user is logged in.

  • User failed to log in

    Triggered when a user is failed to log in.

  • User password reset request

    Triggered when there is a password reset request for a user.

  • User logged out

    Triggered when a user logged is out.

  • User password changed

    Triggered when a user's password is changed.

  • User deleted

    Triggered when an existing user is deleted.

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2. Select a Action

  • Register user

    Registers or create new user.

  • Update user profile

    Updates user profile information.

  • Update user log

    Updates user log status.

  • Reset user password

    Resets user password.

  • Delete user

    Deletes an existing user.

  • Remove Member From Group

    Removes a member from a group in Azure Active Directory (AD).

  • Add user to group

    Add a new user to a group in Azure Active Directory (AD).

  • Check group membership

    Check a user's membership in a specific group (or groups).

  • Create group

    Create a group in your AAD tenant.

  • Get group

    Get details for a group.

  • Get group members

    Get the users who are members of a group.

  • Get groups of a user

    Get the groups a user is a member of.

  • Get user

    Get details for a user.

  • Assign manager

    Assign a manager for a user.

  • Update user

    Update the info for a user.

  • Create user

    Create a new user in your AAD tenant.

3. Create and Synchronize

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