Azure Active Directory (AD) is a cloud-based directory service that provides identity management for users, groUPS, and devices. AD offers a scalable, flexible, and secure platform for managing user accounts and identities. You can use AD to manage user authentication and authorization, access control, and compliance requirements. You can also use AD to manage your users’ email addresses, contacts, and calendar information. Azure Active Directory can be accessed through the web portal, the Azure portal, or the Azure Active Directory Management Portal. The web portal is the easiest way to access AD, and it is included with all new Azure subscriptions.
If you are an administrator, you can access Azure Active Directory by going to the Azure portal and selecting the ‘Azure Active Directory’ blade. From here, you can manage users, groups, and other resources.
If you are a developer, you can access Azure Active Directory by using the Azure AD Graph API. This API allows you to programmatically access data in Azure Active Directory.
If you are a user, you can access Azure Active Directory by logging into the Azure portal and going to the ‘My Profile’ blade. From here, you can change your password and update your personal information.
The Azure portal is a free web-based management tool that you can use to manage your Azure resources. The Azure Active Directory Management Portal is a premium subscription-based management tool that you can use to manage your AD environment. You can also use the Azure Active Directory Connector for Chrome to access your AD environment from your Chrome browser. The Azure Active Directory Connector for Chrome is a free extension that you can install in your Chrome browser. You can also use the Azure Active Directory Connector for Firefox to access your AD environment from your Firefox browser. The Azure Active Directory Connector for Firefox is a free extension that you can install in your Firefox browser.