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jtbegins asked JamesHamil-MSFT answered

Is there a way to see how many tenants a user is a member of, or was invited to?

Some users get invited to diverse Azure/M365 environments, but I currently have no insight onto where and what tenant they were potentially invited. I know by default Azure likely doesn't allow admins of one environment to see into another, but I was thinking there might be a basic way to grab this info.

Something like this is what I'm envisioning:
ex: user12 is a member of [4] tenants, along with a list.

Maybe this is possible from powershell or some such.

azure-active-directoryazure-ad-tenantazure-ad-user-management
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michev answered

No, not currently. It's a common ask though and Microsoft has promised to provide some sort of API/report.

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JamesHamil-MSFT answered

Hi @JT-9133 , thank you for the question. Michev is correct in that it is not currently possible. You can use the Graph API to pull data internally, but you can't access data from other's The Graph API may be a good starting point for querying data pertinent to your use case, but for now there are no other options. Please let me know if you have any questions!

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Thank you,
James

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