How to find your Azure Active Directory tenant ID
Azure subscriptions have a trust relationship with Azure Active Directory (Azure AD). Azure AD is trusted to authenticate the subscription's users, services, and devices. Each subscription has a tenant ID associated with it, and there are a few ways you can find the tenant ID for your subscription.
Find tenant ID through the Azure portal
Sign in to the Azure portal.
Select Azure Active Directory.
Scroll down to the Tenant ID section and you can find your tenant ID in the box.
Find tenant ID with PowerShell
To find the tenant ID with Azure PowerShell, use the cmdlet
For more information, see the Get-AzTenant cmdlet reference.
Find tenant ID with CLI
The Azure CLI or Microsoft 365 CLI can be used to find the tenant ID.
For Azure CLI, use one of the commands az login, az account list, or az account tenant list. All of command's included below return the tenantId property for each of your subscriptions.
az login az account list az account tenant list
For more information, see az login command reference, az account command reference, or az account tenant command reference.
For Microsoft 365 CLI, use the cmdlet tenant id as shown in the following example:
m365 tenant id get
For more information, see the Microsoft 365 tenant ID get command reference.
To create a new Azure AD tenant, see Quickstart: Create a new tenant in Azure Active Directory.
To learn how to associate or add a subscription to a tenant, see Associate or add an Azure subscription to your Azure Active Directory tenant.
To learn how to find the object ID, see Find the user object ID.
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