Note who has assigned permissions to these ea, even if you haven`t implemented a detailed three-step hierarchy. Once an account administrator has assigned the corresponding roles to other users, they must enable access to download invoices in the Azure portal. Invoices prior to December 2016 are only available to the account administrator. The following table shows the relationship between the roles of administrator of the Enterprise Agreement, the View Fee Directive, the Azure role in the Azure portal and the prices displayed on the Azure portal. The company administrator always sees usage details based on the organization`s EA prices. However, the department administrator and account owner display different price views based on the display fee directive and its Azure role. The role of department administrator mentioned in the table below refers to both the roles of department administrator and “reading-reading-only.” In this example, I added another user account as a “co-administrator” to traditional admin roles. Let`s take a look at the role of “account owner”: this role has the right to “manage resources on the Azure portal” (and documented in the EA administration`s RBAC matrix). This table also indicates that changing the role of “account holder” is an authorization assigned to the EA “Enterprise Administrator” and “Department Administrators” portal roles (for accounts in their domain). If your organization has signed a Microsoft customer agreement to renew your registration to the enterprise agreement, a new billing account will be created for the agreement.
Billing in your new account is organized differently from your business agreement. This article describes how you can use the new billing account to perform the tasks you performed in your enterprise contract. If you don`t have the email, log in with the link below. Replace by the registration number of your company contract, which has been renewed. A billing section will be established for each department you had in your business agreement. You can use the Access Control (IAM) page in the Azure portal to allow other users to access the billing part view and management. For more information on the roles of the billing sections, see the roles and tasks of the billing section. The account owner can change Azure RBAC entries and “classic administrator roles” as the default service administrator. They can also change the service administrator if they have not yet been assigned to the role. Only one account holder is allowed by subscription. Additional rolls can be added to the Subscription tab in the top left corner of the Azure portal using roll access or access control (IAM) on the Subscription tab.
Give users access to the billing profile so they can view and manage your organization`s billing. You can use the Access Control (IAM) page in the Azure portal to allow access. For more information on billing profiling rolls, please see the rolls and billing profiling tasks. The EA portal registration hierarchy can be confusing or complex. In principle, there are admin roles that can be assigned to the three different levels (registration, department, account). The Azure EA portal helps you manage your Azure EA costs and costs. In the Azure EA portal, there are three main roles: some organizations delegate Azure AD directory roles such as “password administrators” or “authenticating administrators” to their local helpesk or the 1st level support team. On the face of it, this delegation does not appear to be too risky or eligible for an escalation of privileges. The role description shows that only authentication methods and password reallocations can be managed by non-ad administrators. But as has already been mentioned in other blog posts, this does not exclude licensing roles such as the “Azure subscription owner”