07-20-2017 08:27 PM
07-20-2017 09:23 PMSolution
actually it is pretty easy to find if you know what to look for.
Go to Portal.azure.com > Azure Active Directory > Properties. The directory ID it shows there is your tennant ID.
11-06-2017 08:23 AM
I was able to find the Tenant but what would happen if I edit it? We are a non-profit and I was instructed the our Agency name needs to match our Sales Tax information.
11-06-2017 02:05 PM
I cannot edit it, is a read only data with the identity of your Tenant.
What do you need to do ?
02-10-2018 06:09 AM
02-10-2018 09:36 AM
Hi Sebastien, that little tool is interesting. What are querying to get that info? No creds are required so it must be a public source, is there a DNS records containing the TenantID ?
02-12-2018 07:52 AM
Hi Curtis, yes we are getting that info from the OpenID Connect configuration endpoint which maps domain names to tenant IDs.
02-12-2018 09:48 AM
08-01-2018 01:26 PM
But why Microsoft is exposing this? If i give a domain name i am getting the Tenantid, is it not against security? Isnt it should be confidential?
05-07-2019 03:50 AM
This embarrassing, but what do we enter in the box, i tried tenantname.sharepoint.com , no luck
@Sebastien Crevier wrote:
There are a lot of ways to do that but none of them are really simple...
Our team got tired of looking everywhere for those tenant Azure & Office 365 IDs so we built an online tool to easily find them by typing in their respective domain.
Hope it might help others too.
05-07-2019 11:45 AM
@Rohit DevmoreI found another location. If you are a global tenant admin. go to the admin center and click on Reports > Usage and in the bottom left corner you will see an "ad" for the Power BI M365 usage app and it has the tenant ID right there for you to use. it is required for the Power BI app to work
09-09-2019 03:56 AM
Simple way is to type this Azure command from Azure Web explorer.
This will list down all the Subscriptions associated with Tenant and its ID.