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How to list Azure AD enterprise applications with user provisioning enabled

Hi all,

Is there a way (Graph, PowerShell, etc.) to retrieve Azure AD enterprise applications that has user provisioning enabled on them ?

Thanks.

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Hi @kgahbiche • Thank you for reaching out.

Unfortunately, there is no Graph call or PowerShell cmdlet to get list of enterprise applications on the basis of provisioning status. Since there is no property that contains information about provisioning status, you cannot apply a filter using $filter graph parameter.

The list of servicePrincipal properties which support $filter are documented HERE

Currently provisioning details can be fetched on per servicePrincipal basis by using below graph calls:

 https://graph.microsoft.com/beta/servicePrincipals/object_id_of_enterprise_app/synchronization/jobs
 https://graph.microsoft.com/beta/servicePrincipals/object_id_of_enterprise_app/synchronization/templates

You may post a feedback regarding this at Azure Feedback Portal, which is monitored by Azure product groups for product enhancements.


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