Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Completing Orchestrator integration and finalizing a runbook
service account. Validate that the account password is correct, then click OK to close
the editing window. Click Finish to close the Connection dialog box.
5. In the Orchestrator console, open the O365Admin runbook folder and use the Check
Out option to edit the runbook we created in Chapter 7. Right-click the folder name
and rename the runbook title New Office 365 Account 1.0.
Note Best practice to name runbooks
Name your runbooks with effective subject titles and include version numbers
such as 1.0, 1.1, 1.2 and so on to easily search for related runbooks and easily
identify runbooks to the corresponding Service Manager workflow.
6. This step enables data entered in the Self-Service Portal to be consumed and
processed by the Active Directory Integration Pack and the Service Manager
Integration Pack in Orchestrator. Double-click the Initialize Data activity to edit
the properties. This specific Orchestrator activity provides a starting activity for
information received from Service Manager and specifically from the Self-Service
Portal. As the Initialize Data Properties are displayed, as shown in Figure 8-20,
click the Add button. Notice the default text is Parameter 1. Rename the text titled
Parameter 1 to ActivityGUID . You need to add four more variable data string options
for a total of five. As you add parameters, rename the default text:
a. Click the Add button a second time and rename the default text parameter
FirstName .
b. Click the Add button a third time and rename the default text parameter
LastName .
c. Click the Add button a fourth time and rename the default text parameter
Password .
d. Click the Add button a fifth time and rename the default text parameter
UserAlias . These five parameters are all that are required for this Office 365
runbook example.
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