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MaheshKamathPHIL-2401 asked IsraelNdou-7362 commented

Getting 403 error in Azure portal

Hello,

In Azure portal, i keep getting this No access error when i click on Users or Roles or Active Directory. Would you pls help provide me a solution. thank you.

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Resource ID
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Extension
Microsoft_AAD_IAM
Content
ActiveDirectoryMenuBlade
Error code
403

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MaheshKamathPHIL-2401 answered

Sorry, this doesnt solve my problem. Moment i click on Active Directory in Azure portal it throws me 403 error.

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What is your role in the portal? Are there any conditional access policies applied to the tenant?

If you are not a guest user, you may be a non-admin user of your Azure AD.

And the admin of your company may have restricted access to Azure AD admin portal for non-admin users by selecting "Yes" here.

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If this is the case, there are two methods to solve this issue:

  • Add your account as an admin of AAD by following To assign a role to a user.

  • If you are not allowed to be the admin of your company, the admin needs to close the restriction by selecting "No." Then you can access Azure Active directory as a non-admin user.

Otherwise my guess is that there is another policy in place or permissions issue.

See related thread and source: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/61900033/azure-ad-admin-permissions-co-owner-cannot-access-azure-active-directory


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JianmingTu-4725 answered IsraelNdou-7362 commented

the answer has no sense. clicking on User Settings throws 403 error.

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You have to be an admin to click user settings to change "Administration portal" to Yes.

"If you are not allowed to be the admin of your company, the admin needs to close the restriction by selecting "No." Then you can access the Azure Active directory as a non-admin user."

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