Hi @Jean Nuaman ,
Maybe it's because of the wording ;-)
- An Azure Tenant contains one Azure Active Directory (AAD)
- An Azure Subscription contains the Azure Resources and is related to one Azure Tenant and AAD
- An Azure Tenant and AAD could contain multiple Azure Subscriptions
- An Azure Subscription can only be related to one Azure Tenant and AAD
Your Azure Tenant
Default Directory contains one Subscription. To see the name of the subscription open the Azure Portal and search for
Subscription (red marked in the screenshot the name of AAD in my tenant).
If I get your requirement right you need a second Azure Subscription
Finance in the same Azure Tenant
Create/Add a new Azure Subscription and choose the existing Azure Tenant and the existing AAD
This way you will have 2 different Azure Subscriptions in same Azure Tenant and AAD.
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