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Can I use Azure AD Connect to migrate consumer identities that are stored on my on-premises Active Directory to Azure AD B2C?

Can I use Azure AD Connect to migrate consumer identities that are stored on my on-premises Active Directory to Azure AD B2C?

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Grmacjon-MSFT answered ·

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No, Azure AD Connect is not designed to work with Azure AD B2C. Consider using the Azure AD Graph API for user migration. See the User migration guide for details.


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ArtomHarchenko-5506 answered ·

It is no longer limited to Azure AD Graph API.
Microsoft Graph API "beta" endpoint now supports creating local and social Azure AD B2C users.
It would look something like:


 POST https://graph.microsoft.com/beta/users
    
 {
   "accountEnabled": true,
   "displayName": "John Smith",
   "identities": [
     {
       "signInType": "emailAddress",
       "issuer": "{tenant}.onmicrosoft.com",
       "issuerAssignedId": "john.smith@example.com"
     }
   ],
   "givenName": "John",
   "surname": "Smith"
   "passwordProfile": {
         "password": "Password123",
         "forceChangePasswordNextSignIn": false   
    },
   "passwordPolicies": "DisablePasswordExpiration, DisableStrongPassword"
 }

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