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Classic Co-Administrator cannot create Azure AD User

I am an Azure Classic Co-Administrator. I have tried to create a new user in Azure AD to use RBAC but I cannot have a create user option. It is dim as the pics attached.

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AlanKinane answered NatthapholSuntudkarn-1595 commented

You would need to have permission on your tenant to create users, this is an Azure AD privilege so you would need to have a global administrator or user administrator role.

Then to assign access in the Azure portal you should be adding role assignments - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/role-based-access-control/role-assignments-portal?tabs=current

Classic administrators is a legacy method for older deployments so probably not relevant unless you are still using "classic" Azure resources.

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Thanks for your reply.

Understood. But how can I assign myself to the Global Administrator Role in Azure AD?

Because when I go to Role and Administrator Group in Azure AD. It is dim.

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It looks like you don't have permissions to do this yourself. You will need to get another user in your organisation who has this role to perform this task or else to assign your account with the required role.

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