Please note: Only Azure AD Government Community Cloud (GCC) environments need to follow these instructions.
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2) Click "App registrations"
3) Click "CyberHoot"
4) Click "Certificates & secrets" and then click "+ New client secret"
5) Type "CyberHoot Key" as description, set the key to "Never" expire and click "Add" - If 'Never' isn't available, use "24 months"
6) Click "Add"
7) Copy the secret VALUE. You won't be able to see this value again if you leave the page.
8) Enter the "Tenant ID", "Client ID", and "Client Secret" in the CyberHoot
interface under Admin -> Customer Settings -> Azure AD
9) Under "Azure Groups", enter the exact name of a group in Azure that holds all of the users you wish to add to CyberHoot
10) Make sure you click "Update" first, then click "Sync Now"
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