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Azure Active Directory Graph

  • Application.Read.All (Application)
  • Application.ReadWrite.All (Application)
  • Directory.AccessAsUser.All  (Delegated)
  • Directory.Read.All (Application)
  • Directory.ReadWrite.All (Application)
  • User.Read (Delegated)

Azure Service Management

  • user_impersonation (Delegated)

The PowerShell way:

First of all, you should check, if all necessary modules are installed.

# Required PowerShell module
Install-Module -Name Az.StackHCI

This module should already be present on an HCI node.

Basically, it is recommended to work from a cluster node.

Register-AzStackHCI  -SubscriptionId "<SubscriptionID>" -ComputerName "<HCINodeName>" -ResourceGroupName "<ResourceGroup>" -TenantId "<TenantId>"

# Use these switches if you want to have the Arc enabled nodes in a specific RG (the RG shouldn't exist at this time).
It is not possible to put the cluster resource with the Arc enabled nodes in the same RG.

# -ArcServerResourceGroupName
# -Region

Expected Result:


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