How to transfer registered app from free outlook account to another outlook account

asked 2021-11-29T04:42:48.27+00:00
Clariti Inc 1 Reputation point

We have created an app using free outlook account id. Now we would like to transfer the registered app to another free outlook id. What is the procedure for transferring the app?

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  1. answered 2021-11-29T09:56:46.787+00:00
    AmanpreetSingh-MSFT 55,161 Reputation points

    Hi @Clariti Inc • Thank you for reaching out.

    The application(s) registered in one Azure AD tenant cannot be transferred to another Azure AD tenant.

    You may consider converting the application as a Multi-tenant application so that the users of both the tenants can access the applications without requiring to invite users from another tenant as guest users. You can also configure the application to validate issuers so that users only from specified tenants can access the application.

    Note: Keep in mind that you will have not have access to the application configuration (via app manifest or app registration blade) in the other tenant where the app is not registered. If you want to keep the application as single-tenant and/or want complete access to the app registration in the new tenant, you will have to register a new app in the new second tenant and update the application code to use client ID, tenant ID, client secret etc. of the new app that you register under app registration.

    Read more:
    https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/architecture/multitenant-identity/
    Sample: An ASP.NET Core Web app signing-in users in any org with the Microsoft identity platform

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