To set up your end users to be MFA-ready ahead of the go-live date we have developed a template you can use to map the user details between the two systems for all your users – we will then update CLASS using that mapping as we deploy the MFA feature. This should be far less work for you to complete than manually updating user details in CLASS.
To do this, you will need:
Tip: We will indicate for each step if the task is performed by the Azure Admin or the CLASS Admin. The steps should be completed in sequence.
This process is optional, but has been designed to provide the most efficient way to make sure your users have immediate access to CLASS once MFA is switched on in the live system.
As long as your usernames already match up with your Microsoft logins, users can use the self-serve user registration portal to save their claim to their CLASS account the same way as in the final steps of the admin setup guide.
In CLASS, navigate to System Settings > User Accounts.
Open the User List.
What if my CLASS Username and/or Email already matches Azure AD?
That makes things easier for you! All you have to do is remove any rows you don’t need from the Azure user list, sort both lists by a matching column so they line up, and copy the objectId column in its entirety into the mapping sheet – you will still need to fill the Azure AD UPN column as well, but this can also just be copied.
Can I set a different email address to my Azure Username?
Yes you can! As long as the email address is unique to that user it is fine – the email address is used to send workflow emails to users and to send new users the MFA registration link.
What if I want emails for all my volunteers to go to the same inbox?
If you have created individual Microsoft user accounts for your volunteers but want them all to receive CLASS emails in one place, you have a couple of options:
Save the file, and raise a ticket in our helpdesk portal, ensuring to attach the file. If you are unable to login to the portal or do not know your login details you can email us instead.