Authorization - Azure Open AI chat bot: Can we restrict access to specific users in our organization via Azure AD?

azureuser01 1 Reputation point

I am interested in restricting access to the Azure Open AI chat bot to specific users in our organization. Can this be done using Azure Active Directory (Azure AD)? If so, how would I go about doing this?

I would like to restrict access to the chat bot to only those users who have a legitimate need to use it.

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  1. Pramod Valavala 17,466 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    @azureuser01 If you are trying to control access to the Azure OpenAI Service resource itself, you could leverage the built-in roles for Azure RBAC to control access.

    But if your users are expected to use the REST API with their own credentials instead, then you could follow the same steps required for managed identity, except that you would assign the role to a user or security group instead.

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  2. azureuser01 1 Reputation point

    @Pramod Valavala With the help of my team, we found the KB article that allowed us to successfully assign access control for the Azure OpenAI Web App chat bot.

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  3. azureuser01 1 Reputation point

    @Pramod Valavala With the help of my team we were able to find the KB article to successfully provide access Control for our Azure OpenAI chat bot

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