When are ADAL and Azure AD Graph reaching end of life?
To ensure we are able to give a predictable experience for handling changes, we are introducing change management in Azure AD as a bi-annual communication trains (March & September) as explained in this recent blog that covers ADAL & Azure AD Graph deprecation and a couple of other updates as well:
Azure AD: Change Management Simplified
All Microsoft support and development for ADAL, including security fixes, ends in December 2022.
There are no ADAL feature releases or new platform version releases planned prior to December 2022.
No new features have been added to ADAL since June 30, 2020.
It is recommended to start looking at migrating your application to MSAL at the earliest. The guidance to get started on ADAL to MSAL migration is available here - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/develop/msal-migration
Azure AD Graph:
We are not retiring Azure AD Graph API on June 30, 2022. Listening closely to the challenges of migrating such a critical dependency, we’re delaying the retirement date through at least the end of this year (2022). We’ll provide a retirement update mid-calendar year with information on additional tools to assist with your migration.
It is recommended to start looking at migrating your application from Azure AD Graph to Microsoft Graph at the earliest. The guidance to get started on the migration from Azure AD Graph to Microsoft Graph is available here - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/graph/migrate-azure-ad-graph-overview
Can you precise what will happen exactly in December 2022, please?
The Azure AD and MSOnline cmdlets will return an error?
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