az iot dps enrollment-group

Note

This reference is part of the azure-iot extension for the Azure CLI (version 2.32.0 or higher). The extension will automatically install the first time you run an az iot dps enrollment-group command. Learn more about extensions.

Manage enrollment groups in an Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service.

Commands

az iot dps enrollment-group compute-device-key

Generate a derived device SAS key for an enrollment group in an Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service.

az iot dps enrollment-group create

Create an enrollment group in an Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service.

az iot dps enrollment-group delete

Delete an enrollment group in an Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service.

az iot dps enrollment-group list

List enrollments groups in an Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service.

az iot dps enrollment-group registration

Manage service-side device registrations for an enrollment group in an Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service.

az iot dps enrollment-group registration delete

Delete a device registration for an enrollment group in an Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service.

az iot dps enrollment-group registration list

List device registrations for an enrollment group in an Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service.

az iot dps enrollment-group registration show

Get a device registration for an enrollment group in an Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service.

az iot dps enrollment-group show

Get an enrollment group's details in an Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service.

az iot dps enrollment-group update

Update an enrollment group in an Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service.

az iot dps enrollment-group compute-device-key

Generate a derived device SAS key for an enrollment group in an Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service.

az iot dps enrollment-group compute-device-key --registration-id
                                               [--auth-type {key, login}]
                                               [--dps-name]
                                               [--eid]
                                               [--key]
                                               [--login]
                                               [--resource-group]

Examples

Compute the device key with the given symmetric key.

az iot dps enrollment-group compute-device-key --key {enrollement_group_symmetric_key} --registration-id {registration_id}

Compute the device key with the given enrollment group.

az iot dps enrollment-group compute-device-key -g {resource_group_name} --dps-name {dps_name} --enrollment-id {enrollment_id} --registration-id {registration_id}

Required Parameters

--registration-id --rid

ID of device registration.

Optional Parameters

--auth-type

Indicates whether the operation should auto-derive a policy key or use the current Azure AD session. You can configure the default using az configure --defaults iotdps-data-auth-type=<auth-type-value>.

accepted values: key, login
default value: key
--dps-name -n

Name of the Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service. Required if --login is not provided.

--eid --enrollment-id --gid --group-id

Enrollment group ID.

--key --symmetric-key

The symmetric shared access key for the enrollment group. This bypasses the Device Provisioning Service registry and generates the SAS token directly from the supplied symmetric key without further validation. All other command parameters aside from registration ID will be ignored.

--login -l

This command supports an entity connection string with rights to perform action. Use to avoid session login via "az login". If both an entity connection string and name are provided the connection string takes priority. Required if --dps-name is not provided.

--resource-group -g

Name of resource group. You can configure the default group using az configure --defaults group=<name>.

az iot dps enrollment-group create

Create an enrollment group in an Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service.

Please provide certificate format using Base64 ASCII encoding and the certificate should have matching BEGIN and END segments, for example: start with '-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----' and end with '-----END CERTIFICATE-----'.

az iot dps enrollment-group create --eid
                                   [--allocation-policy {custom, geoLatency, hashed, static}]
                                   [--api-version]
                                   [--auth-type {key, login}]
                                   [--ca-name]
                                   [--certificate-path]
                                   [--dps-name]
                                   [--edge-enabled {false, true}]
                                   [--ih]
                                   [--initial-twin-properties]
                                   [--initial-twin-tags]
                                   [--login]
                                   [--pk]
                                   [--provisioning-status {disabled, enabled}]
                                   [--reprovision-policy {never, reprovisionandmigratedata, reprovisionandresetdata}]
                                   [--resource-group]
                                   [--scn]
                                   [--scp]
                                   [--secondary-key]
                                   [--webhook-url]

Examples

Create an enrollment group '{enrollment_id}' in the Azure IoT provisioning service '{dps_name}' in the resource group '{resource_group_name} using an intermediate certificate as primary certificate'.

az iot dps enrollment-group create -g {resource_group_name} --dps-name {dps_name} --enrollment-id {enrollment_id} --certificate-path /certificates/Certificate.pem

Create an enrollment group '{enrollment_id}' in the Azure IoT provisioning service '{dps_name}' in the resource group '{resource_group_name} using a CA certificate {certificate_name} as secondary certificate'.

az iot dps enrollment-group create -g {resource_group_name} --dps-name {dps_name} --enrollment-id {enrollment_id} --secondary-ca-name {certificate_name}

Create an enrollment group '{enrollment_id}' in the Azure IoT provisioning service 'MyDps' in the resource group '{resource_group_name}' with provisioning status 'enabled', initial twin properties '{"location":{"region":"US"}}' and initial twin tags '{"version_dps":"1"}' using an intermediate certificate as primary certificate.

az iot dps enrollment-group create -g {resource_group_name} --dps-name {dps_name} --enrollment-id {enrollment_id} --certificate-path /certificates/Certificate.pem --provisioning-status enabled --initial-twin-properties "{'location':{'region':'US'}}" --initial-twin-tags "{'version_dps':'1'}"

Create an enrollment group '{enrollment_id}' in the Azure IoT provisioning service '{dps_name}' in the resource group '{resource_group_name} with attestation type 'symmetrickey'.

az iot dps enrollment-group create -g {resource_group_name} --dps-name {dps_name} --enrollment-id {enrollment_id} --primary-key {primary_key} --secondary-key {secondary_key}

Create an enrollment group '{enrollment_id}' with custom allocation policy,

az iot dps enrollment-group create -g {resource_group_name} --dps-name {dps_name} --enrollment-id {enrollment_id} --allocation-policy custom --webhook-url {webhook_url} --api-version {api_version}

Required Parameters

--eid --enrollment-id --gid --group-id

Enrollment group ID.

Optional Parameters

--allocation-policy --ap

Type of allocation policy to determine how a device is assigned to an IoT Hub. If not provided, the allocation policy will be the current allocation policy default set for the Device Provisioning Service instance.

accepted values: custom, geoLatency, hashed, static
--api-version --av

The API version of the provisioning service types sent in the custom allocation request. Minimum supported version: 2018-09-01-preview.

--auth-type

Indicates whether the operation should auto-derive a policy key or use the current Azure AD session. You can configure the default using az configure --defaults iotdps-data-auth-type=<auth-type-value>.

accepted values: key, login
default value: key
--ca-name --cn --root-ca-name

The name of the primary root CA certificate. If attestation with a root CA certificate is desired then a root ca name must be provided.

--certificate-path --cp

The path to the file containing the primary certificate. If attestation with an intermediate certificate is desired then a certificate path must be provided.

--dps-name -n

Name of the Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service. Required if --login is not provided.

--edge-enabled --ee

Flag indicating edge enablement.

accepted values: false, true
default value: False
--ih --iot-hubs

Host name of target IoT Hub associated with the allocation policy. Use space-separated list for multiple IoT Hubs.

--initial-twin-properties --props

Initial device twin properties.

--initial-twin-tags --tags

Initial device twin tags.

--login -l

This command supports an entity connection string with rights to perform action. Use to avoid session login via "az login". If both an entity connection string and name are provided the connection string takes priority. Required if --dps-name is not provided.

--pk --primary-key

The primary symmetric shared access key stored in base64 format.

--provisioning-status --ps

Enable or disable enrollment entry.

accepted values: disabled, enabled
--reprovision-policy --rp

Policy to determine how device data should be handled on re-provision to a different IoT Hub.

accepted values: never, reprovisionandmigratedata, reprovisionandresetdata
--resource-group -g

Name of resource group. You can configure the default group using az configure --defaults group=<name>.

--scn --secondary-ca-name --secondary-root-ca-name

The name of the secondary root CA certificate. If attestation with a root CA certificate is desired then a root ca name must be provided.

--scp --secondary-certificate-path

The path to the file containing the secondary certificate. If attestation with an intermediate certificate is desired then a certificate path must be provided.

--secondary-key --sk

The secondary symmetric shared access key stored in base64 format.

--webhook-url --wh

The Azure Function webhook URL used for custom allocation requests.

az iot dps enrollment-group delete

Delete an enrollment group in an Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service.

az iot dps enrollment-group delete --eid
                                   [--auth-type {key, login}]
                                   [--dps-name]
                                   [--etag]
                                   [--login]
                                   [--resource-group]

Required Parameters

--eid --enrollment-id --gid --group-id

Enrollment group ID.

Optional Parameters

--auth-type

Indicates whether the operation should auto-derive a policy key or use the current Azure AD session. You can configure the default using az configure --defaults iotdps-data-auth-type=<auth-type-value>.

accepted values: key, login
default value: key
--dps-name -n

Name of the Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service. Required if --login is not provided.

--etag -e

Etag or entity tag corresponding to the last state of the resource. If no etag is provided the value '*' is used.

--login -l

This command supports an entity connection string with rights to perform action. Use to avoid session login via "az login". If both an entity connection string and name are provided the connection string takes priority. Required if --dps-name is not provided.

--resource-group -g

Name of resource group. You can configure the default group using az configure --defaults group=<name>.

az iot dps enrollment-group list

List enrollments groups in an Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service.

az iot dps enrollment-group list [--auth-type {key, login}]
                                 [--dps-name]
                                 [--login]
                                 [--resource-group]
                                 [--top]

Optional Parameters

--auth-type

Indicates whether the operation should auto-derive a policy key or use the current Azure AD session. You can configure the default using az configure --defaults iotdps-data-auth-type=<auth-type-value>.

accepted values: key, login
default value: key
--dps-name -n

Name of the Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service. Required if --login is not provided.

--login -l

This command supports an entity connection string with rights to perform action. Use to avoid session login via "az login". If both an entity connection string and name are provided the connection string takes priority. Required if --dps-name is not provided.

--resource-group -g

Name of resource group. You can configure the default group using az configure --defaults group=<name>.

--top

Maximum number of elements to return. Use -1 for unlimited.

az iot dps enrollment-group show

Get an enrollment group's details in an Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service.

az iot dps enrollment-group show --eid
                                 [--auth-type {key, login}]
                                 [--dps-name]
                                 [--keys {false, true}]
                                 [--login]
                                 [--resource-group]

Examples

Basic usage

az iot dps enrollment-group show --dps-name {dps_name} -g {resource_group} --enrollment-id {enrollment_id}

Include full attestation information in results for a symmetric key enrollment-group

az iot dps enrollment-group show --dps-name {dps_name} -g {resource_group} --enrollment-id {symmetric_key_enrollment_id} --show-keys

Required Parameters

--eid --enrollment-id --gid --group-id

Enrollment group ID.

Optional Parameters

--auth-type

Indicates whether the operation should auto-derive a policy key or use the current Azure AD session. You can configure the default using az configure --defaults iotdps-data-auth-type=<auth-type-value>.

accepted values: key, login
default value: key
--dps-name -n

Name of the Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service. Required if --login is not provided.

--keys --show-keys

Include attestation keys and information in enrollment group results.

accepted values: false, true
--login -l

This command supports an entity connection string with rights to perform action. Use to avoid session login via "az login". If both an entity connection string and name are provided the connection string takes priority. Required if --dps-name is not provided.

--resource-group -g

Name of resource group. You can configure the default group using az configure --defaults group=<name>.

az iot dps enrollment-group update

Update an enrollment group in an Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service.

Please provide certificate format using Base64 ASCII encoding and the certificate should have matching BEGIN and END segments, for example: start with '-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----' and end with '-----END CERTIFICATE-----'.

az iot dps enrollment-group update --eid
                                   [--allocation-policy {custom, geoLatency, hashed, static}]
                                   [--api-version]
                                   [--auth-type {key, login}]
                                   [--ca-name]
                                   [--certificate-path]
                                   [--dps-name]
                                   [--edge-enabled {false, true}]
                                   [--etag]
                                   [--ih]
                                   [--initial-twin-properties]
                                   [--initial-twin-tags]
                                   [--login]
                                   [--pk]
                                   [--provisioning-status {disabled, enabled}]
                                   [--rc {false, true}]
                                   [--remove-secondary-certificate {false, true}]
                                   [--reprovision-policy {never, reprovisionandmigratedata, reprovisionandresetdata}]
                                   [--resource-group]
                                   [--scn]
                                   [--scp]
                                   [--secondary-key]
                                   [--webhook-url]

Examples

Update enrollment group '{enrollment_id}' in the Azure IoT provisioning service '{dps_name}' in the resource group '{resource_group_name}' with initial twin properties and initial twin tags.

az iot dps enrollment-group update -g {resource_group_name} --dps-name {dps_name} --enrollment-id {enrollment_id} --initial-twin-properties "{'location':{'region':'USA'}}" --initial-twin-tags "{'version_dps':'2'}" --etag AAAAAAAAAAA=

Update enrollment group '{enrollment_id}' in the Azure IoT provisioning service '{dps_name}' in the resource group '{resource_group_name}' with new primary intermediate certificate and remove existing secondary intermediate certificate.

az iot dps enrollment-group update -g {resource_group_name} --dps-name {dps_name} --enrollment-id {enrollment_id} --certificate-path /certificates/NewCertificate.pem --remove-secondary-certificate --etag AAAAAAAAAAA=

Update enrollment group '{enrollment_id}' in the Azure IoT provisioning service '{dps_name}' in the resource group '{resource_group_name}' with new secondary CA certificate '{certificate_name}' and remove existing primary CA certificate.

az iot dps enrollment-group update -g {resource_group_name} --dps-name {dps_name} --enrollment-id {enrollment_id} --secondary-ca-name {certificate_name} --remove-certificate --etag AAAAAAAAAAA=

Update enrollment group '{enrollment_id}' in the Azure IoT provisioning service '{dps_name}' in the resource group '{resource_group_name}' with new primary key.

az iot dps enrollment-group update -g {resource_group_name} --dps-name {dps_name} --enrollment-id {enrollment_id} --primary-key {new_primary_key} --etag AAAAAAAAAAA=

Required Parameters

--eid --enrollment-id --gid --group-id

Enrollment group ID.

Optional Parameters

--allocation-policy --ap

Type of allocation policy to determine how a device is assigned to an IoT Hub. If not provided, the allocation policy will be the current allocation policy default set for the Device Provisioning Service instance.

accepted values: custom, geoLatency, hashed, static
--api-version --av

The API version of the provisioning service types sent in the custom allocation request. Minimum supported version: 2018-09-01-preview.

--auth-type

Indicates whether the operation should auto-derive a policy key or use the current Azure AD session. You can configure the default using az configure --defaults iotdps-data-auth-type=<auth-type-value>.

accepted values: key, login
default value: key
--ca-name --cn --root-ca-name

The name of the primary root CA certificate. If attestation with a root CA certificate is desired then a root ca name must be provided.

--certificate-path --cp

The path to the file containing the primary certificate. If attestation with an intermediate certificate is desired then a certificate path must be provided.

--dps-name -n

Name of the Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service. Required if --login is not provided.

--edge-enabled --ee

Flag indicating edge enablement.

accepted values: false, true
--etag -e

Etag or entity tag corresponding to the last state of the resource. If no etag is provided the value '*' is used.

--ih --iot-hubs

Host name of target IoT Hub associated with the allocation policy. Use space-separated list for multiple IoT Hubs.

--initial-twin-properties --props

Initial device twin properties.

--initial-twin-tags --tags

Initial device twin tags.

--login -l

This command supports an entity connection string with rights to perform action. Use to avoid session login via "az login". If both an entity connection string and name are provided the connection string takes priority. Required if --dps-name is not provided.

--pk --primary-key

The primary symmetric shared access key stored in base64 format.

--provisioning-status --ps

Enable or disable enrollment entry.

accepted values: disabled, enabled
--rc --remove-certificate

Flag to remove current primary certificate.

accepted values: false, true
--remove-secondary-certificate --rsc

Flag to remove current secondary certificate.

accepted values: false, true
--reprovision-policy --rp

Policy to determine how device data should be handled on re-provision to a different IoT Hub.

accepted values: never, reprovisionandmigratedata, reprovisionandresetdata
--resource-group -g

Name of resource group. You can configure the default group using az configure --defaults group=<name>.

--scn --secondary-ca-name --secondary-root-ca-name

The name of the secondary root CA certificate. If attestation with a root CA certificate is desired then a root ca name must be provided.

--scp --secondary-certificate-path

The path to the file containing the secondary certificate. If attestation with an intermediate certificate is desired then a certificate path must be provided.

--secondary-key --sk

The secondary symmetric shared access key stored in base64 format.

--webhook-url --wh

The Azure Function webhook URL used for custom allocation requests.