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Migrating 1P AAD application from V1 to V2

We are migrating our 1P application from V1 to V2 version. While doing this, we see that when we create an application by selecting "Who can use this account or api?" as AAD Users, we are able to switch between V1 and V2 versions. But in case if I select the option as AAD and MSA Account and Version as V2, we are not able to revert back to V1 version.

Question: If say an application is created by selecting this "AAD and MSA Account", Is there a way to switch the version to V1? If not, why cannot we switch.

How does it allow to switch between V1 and V2 versions when we create the application by selecting AAD Users option alone?





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alfredorevilla-msft answered Geethanjali-3659 commented

Hello @geethanjali-3659, if you need to make an application V1 compliant the easiest way is to update the Azure Active Directory app manifest and ensure the following:

  • signInAudience is set to AzureADMyOrg or AzureADMultipleOrgs

  • accessTokenAcceptedVersion is set to null or 1



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Thanks for the reply. The link which was shared for updating manifest file is for Azure AD portal, but we are trying to revert the version in first party application which doesn't allow us to edit the Manifest file, or the above fields cannot be set directly

It would be great if you can provide details in reference to 1st party application.

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