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Office 365 & Azure Admin acccount set up

Dear Friends,

I have set up a testing Tenant syncing to my local AD server a long time ago. I just want to find out which account I used to set up the Tenant...

Also, is it necessary to block its login? A bit worry if the Sync failed.

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Hello @NamlessShelter-6097

Thank you for your post.

I would suggest you to direct yourself to the following section "subscription blade":

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Sorry where do I find this? What does it do?

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JamesTran-MSFT answered

@NamlessShelter-6097
Thank you for your post!

I don't believe there's a formal way to see who created your AzureAD tenant, since the "Technical Contact" can be changed. However, if the contact isn't changed, you can see the email of the user that created the tenant within Azure Active Directory under Properties.

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Since I'm a Global Admin, I'm able to change the Technical Contact info, but if you use a user that doesn't have the correct permissions, the text box will be greyed out.


When you mention blocking the user's login, can you expand more on that?


If you have any other questions, please let me know.
Thank you for your time and patience throughout this issue.


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