Self-review of access packages and resources in Microsoft entitlement management
Microsoft entitlement management simplifies how enterprises manage access to groups, applications, and SharePoint sites. This article describes how you can do a self-review of your assigned access packages.
Review your own access by using My Access
You can review your own access to a group, application, or access package in two ways.
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Look for an email from Microsoft that asks you to review access. Here's an example email message.
Select Review access to open the access review.
Continue in the section Perform the access review.
Use My Access
You can also view your pending access reviews by using your browser to open My Access.
Sign in to My Access.
On the menu on the left, select Access reviews to see a list of pending access reviews assigned to you.
Do the access review
Under Groups and Apps, you can see:
- Name: The name of the access review.
- Due: The due date for the review. After this date, denied users could be removed from the group or app being reviewed.
- Resource: The name of the resource under review.
- Progress: The number of users reviewed out of the total number of users who are part of this access review.
Select the name of an access review to get started.
Review your access and decide if you still need access.
If the request is to review access for others, the page looks different. For more information, see Review access to groups or applications.
Select Yes to keep your access, or select No to remove your access.
If you select Yes, you might need to specify a justification in the Reason box.
Your selection is submitted, and you're returned to the My Access page.
If you want to change your response, reopen the Access reviews page and update your response. You can change your response at any time until the access review has ended.
If you indicated that you no longer need access, you aren't removed immediately. You're removed when the review has ended or when an administrator stops the review.