Office 365 – Getting Tenant Id from Azure Active Directory admin center

Hi All,

In couple of previous articles, we discussed about Office 365 Tenant, Tenant Id – how to get using PowerShell cmdlets, Tenant Id – how to get using SharePoint admin center.

Office 365 – Tenant Name and Tenant Region

Office 365 – Tenant Id – Here we discussed how to get Tenant Id using PowerShell cmdlets.

Office 365 – Getting Tenant Id from SharePoint admin center – Here we discussed how to get Tenant Id using SharePoint admin center

 

In this article we will discuss one more way to get the Tenant Id from Azure Active Directory admin center.

Following are the steps:

  1. From Office 365 Admin Portal navigate to Azure Active Directory admin center as

    Fig 1 Navigate to AAD
    Fig 1 : Office 365 – Admin Portal – Navigating to “Azure Active Directory” admin center portal
  2. We will be redirected to “Azure Active Directoryadmin center portal – https://aad.portal.azure.com/#@MyTeanant/dashboard/private/bc2cd98a-d9fc-4cc6-bb81-248fcb68801a
  3. From Azure Active Directory center, click on “Azure Active Directory” option below “Dashboard” as

    fig 2 AAD
    Fig 2 : Office 365 – Azure Active Directory admin center – Navigating to “Azure Active Directory” settings
  4. From right side various options, scroll down and click on “Properties” as

    fig 3 AAD tenant id
    Fig 3 : Office 365 – Azure Active Directory admin center – Properties – Value of “Directory ID” property is Office 365 Tenant Id 
  5. Among the properties as shown in Fig 3, value of “Directory ID” property is our Office 365 Tenant Id.

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