Can Login To Azure With Microsoft Account

Understanding Microsoft Work And Personal Accounts

Can Login To Azure With Microsoft Account

Posted by Brice Alixandra on Monday, 24 February, 2020 04:48:03

A Microsoft account gives you access to Microsoft products and services with just one login. Here's how to set one up: Go to , select Sign in , and then choose Create one!

1. Login into your Azure Account. 2. Go to Subscription page and select the subscription you want to delete and click Cancel Subscription. It will stop your billing immediately. Make sure you take backup of your data and shut down your running res

First means that now you have 2 different accounts one it is your work account another one it is your microsoft account. You can create both of them with the same email since they are from 2 different tenants. This is a concept important or you to understand there is something on Azure that it is over the subscription that is the tenant

I'd like to create a web app which uses Functions for its database access and would like to secure it so that (A) the database can't be accessed without a Microsoft account login and (B) the Functions have access to the user's identity (even just their email address would be fine).

Login to Windows Azure Subscription using your Microsoft Account [, or] Select New + > App Services > Active Directory > Directory > Custom Create . 3) Select 'Use Existing Directory' 4) When you click on the 'Tick' you will be signed out of Windows Azure Subscription and presented with the Microsoft

Try this scenario. Install Windows 10 on a lab; login for the first time with a Microsoft Account user; now - create a new login account from Azure AD; no matter what I tried to do - even if I join the device to Azure AD, I can't find an option to create another login of a user from this Azure AD.