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AE:NETSUITE and Azure AD
We currently have SAML in place, so by using SSO our employees can login into NETSUITE.
Each login is being validated against our Azure AD.
Perfect until this point.
However, creating/inactivating an user is a manual and unlinked task.
Example: every time we have a new starter, we need to first create it within Azure AD and later create the employee within NETSUITE .. and even more lately configure the roles.
Is there a way to, at least, auto-create the employee within NETSUITE once the user is created in Azure ?
If scripting is the way, would it be able to have an example, please ?