How many assigned users do i have? The Graph API has the answer

Posted by: <ChristophDotNet, on 02 Sep 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

My last post about Azure AD was about enabling single sign-on by letting your customers provision your application into their Azure AD tenant. SSO is important to make the end user login experience seamless. Who likes to put in credentials all the time. As a service provider, you have other interests as well. Quite importantly, you may want to charge for the service your offering. How do you do that when you allow user provisioning in your customers' tenants? You can't simply query your own identity...

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