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In this “Get tenant id using PowerShell” blog, we will learn how to get Tenant ID in Microsoft 365 using the Azure PowerShell command very quickly. While we do programming or app development in Power Platform or if you want to expose your application outside your tenant which can be consumed by the third party application, then we need to have the Tenant ID – there are many use cases, these are just some examples.
Get Tenant ID in office 365 from Azure Portal – Get tenant id using PowerShell
In order to get the Tenant ID in Office 365, we need to go login to the “https://portal.azure.com/”. Then, we will go to the below page:
Type “Azure Active Directory” in the search box and hit on the enter key.
Then, you can see the tenant overview (basic information), mentioned below:
- Tenant Name
- Tenant ID
- Primary Domain
How to find Tenant ID using the Azure PowerShell?
The way we have found the Tenant ID from the Azure Portal interface, we can find the same tenant ID using the below Azure PowerShell command:
Summary: Get Tenant ID in office 365
Thus, in this article, we have learned how to get the Tenant ID from the Azure portal step by step and using the Azure PowerShell command.
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