Azure Enterprise Agreement Multiple Tenants

Hello, how do you make multiple recordings in EA, as shown in your first image? With friendly greetings How to set up different clients AND use for example 5 user licenses per new customer from our existing online subscription pool? You can speed up the process, if you make the new Azure account administrator sign in to ea.azure.com with their account, they will be prompted to confirm — with a warning. If the new Azure account administrator has other subscriptions in another location, for example.B. Pay-As-You-Go, at that time they will all be transferred to the EA, including the entire billing for the Azure subscription, so be careful!!! If the new Azure account administrator doesn`t manage Azure subscriptions, you don`t really have to worry about the warning. Is it possible to use multiple o365 and Azure AD clients for the same Enterprise agreement? The scenario is that a parent company has several subordinate companies, each with its own unique UPN and its own ad-prem structure. Organizations can have multiple subscriptions to Microsoft`s cloud offerings. Figure 1 shows a single organization with multiple Microsoft 365 subscriptions, one Dynamics 365 subscription, and multiple Azure subscriptions. In addition, we have already seen in this blog post that we can change the directory of a subscription. So we could have an account holder linked to AAD B, and the subscription is linked to AAD A (example: subscription Y). In addition, we can also issue «B2B» invitations where an account substitute/stub is imported from another directory into an AAD. You can then give rights for this «Stub», where the user continues to authenticate against their own AAD. This eliminates the complexity (and risk!) of multiple identities. A directory is an identity service that is present in a tennant.

You can only have one directory in a client at a time. docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/fundamentals/active-directory-whatis#terminology See the Azure AD directory entry in the terminology table. Figure 1: Example of multiple subscriptions for an organization To test pruposen (we typically have local test and acceptance environments), we need to set up two separate permanent clients to test integrations with our local test and on-premise acceptance infrastructure and solutions. A customer is the organization that owns and manages a specific instance of Microsoft cloud services. It is most often used imprecisely to refer to all Azure AD and Office 365 services for an organization, z.B. «We set up our client this way.» A particular organization may have a lot of customers (the UW does), and if so, the customer`s central domain name is normally used to eliminate ambiguities. The base domain name has the form *.onmicrosoft.com, which varies * A customer can be associated with many subscriptions, a directory, and one or more domains. There are several vendors that use the term «customer» in slightly different ways, and there are even several Microsoft products that use the term customer. For the purposes of this guide, we`re only talking about an Azure AD or Office 365 tenant. To be explicit: Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop clients and Azure AD B2C clients are not covered or limited by this guide. A subscription is an agreement with Microsoft for the use of one or more Microsoft cloud platforms or services, for which fees are charged either on a per-user fee basis or on the basis of the use of cloud-based resources.

We help you analyze if there is a way to use the Azure AD UW backend. If not, we`ll consider whether UW-IT should manage your Azure AD tenant or delegate administration to you. . . .