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How do I find my Tenant ID?

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How do I find my Tenant ID?

I need to find my Microsoft Office365 Tenant ID to use in setup for the Cloud SaaS portal. How can I find out what/where it is?

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Re: How do I find my Tenant ID?

When you are adding a component under Application Components, you will be asked for your Tenant ID. Luckily, there is a link provided that will take you to a Microsoft article to show you how you can find it. This is something you must provide IR with, not something we have control of.

2020-12-15 14_25_41-Prognosis.jpgThe webpage link, https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/onedrive/find-your-office-365-tenant-id, will guide you through the rest of the way.

For convience, I will also add what the Microsoft article says:

 

Your Microsoft 365 tenant ID is a globally unique identifier (GUID) that is different than your organization name or domain. You may need this identifier when you configure Group Policy objects for OneDrive.

To find your Microsoft 365 tenant ID in the Azure AD admin center

Your tenant ID can be found in the Directory ID box on the Properties page.

aad-dashboard-properties.png

Note

For info about finding your tenant ID by using PowerShell instead, first read Azure Active Directory PowerShell for Graph and then use Get-AzureADTenantDetail.

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Aime
Hero

Re: How do I find my Tenant ID?

When you are adding a component under Application Components, you will be asked for your Tenant ID. Luckily, there is a link provided that will take you to a Microsoft article to show you how you can find it. This is something you must provide IR with, not something we have control of.

2020-12-15 14_25_41-Prognosis.jpgThe webpage link, https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/onedrive/find-your-office-365-tenant-id, will guide you through the rest of the way.

For convience, I will also add what the Microsoft article says:

 

Your Microsoft 365 tenant ID is a globally unique identifier (GUID) that is different than your organization name or domain. You may need this identifier when you configure Group Policy objects for OneDrive.

To find your Microsoft 365 tenant ID in the Azure AD admin center

Your tenant ID can be found in the Directory ID box on the Properties page.

aad-dashboard-properties.png

Note

For info about finding your tenant ID by using PowerShell instead, first read Azure Active Directory PowerShell for Graph and then use Get-AzureADTenantDetail.

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