Quickstart: View enterprise applications
In this quickstart, you learn how to use the Azure Active Directory Admin Center to search for and view the enterprise applications that are already configured in your Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) tenant.
It is recommended that you use a non-production environment to test the steps in this quickstart.
To view applications that have been registered in your Azure AD tenant, you need:
- An Azure AD user account. If you don't already have one, you can Create an account for free.
- One of the following roles: Global Administrator, Cloud Application Administrator, Application Administrator, or owner of the service principal.
- Completion of the steps in Quickstart: Add an enterprise application.
View a list of applications
To view the enterprise applications registered in your tenant:
Go to the Azure Active Directory Admin Center and sign in using one of the roles listed in the prerequisites.
In the left menu, select Enterprise applications. The All applications pane opens and displays a list of the applications in your Azure AD tenant.
To view more applications, select Load more at the bottom of the list. If there are many applications in your tenant, it might be easier to search for a particular application instead of scrolling through the list.
Search for an application
To search for a particular application:
- In the Application Type menu, select All applications, and choose Apply.
- Enter the name of the application you want to find. If the application has been added to your Azure AD tenant, it appears in the search results. For example, you can search for the Azure AD SAML Toolkit 1 application that is used in the previous quickstarts.
- Try entering the first few letters of an application name.
Select viewing options
Select options according to what you're looking for:
- You can view the applications by Application Type, Application Status, and Application visibility.
- Under Application Type, choose one of these options:
- Enterprise Applications shows non-Microsoft applications.
- Microsoft Applications shows Microsoft applications.
- Managed Identities shows applications that are used to authenticate to services that support Azure AD authentication.
- All Applications shows both non-Microsoft and Microsoft applications.
- Under Application Status, choose Any, Disabled, or Enabled. The Any option includes both disabled and enabled applications.
- Under Application Visibility, choose Any, or Hidden. The Hidden option shows applications that are in the tenant, but aren't visible to users.
- After choosing the options you want, select Apply.
Clean up resources
If you created a test application named Azure AD SAML Toolkit 1 that was used throughout the quickstarts, you can consider deleting it now to clean up your tenant. For more information, see Delete an application.
Learn how to delete an enterprise application.