Does the solution support working with multiple Office 365 tenants in the cloud-only scenario when there is no on-premise AD and all identity is managed via Azure Active Directory?
Unfortunately, at the moment, there is no possibility to manage Azure AD domains in Adaxes. However, we have the feature in our roadmap (Azure Active Directory (AAD) management): https://www.adaxes.com/info_roadmap.htm.
What is your ETA for this feature? If it's available in beta, it would be really great to try it out, especially in a multi-tenant scenario.
There is no estimated date of the feature release. However, it is planned for the next major release of Adaxes. Unfortunately, it is not available for beta testing.
This message is displaying inside the Office 365 properties for every user on this account/domain. Multi-Factor Authentication is disabled on the tenant account and I am able ... domains that are working with O365 without issue on the same servers as well.
I have followed the instructions but still cannot seem to connect to Azure AD. If I install the latest Azure AD powershell module I can connect via powershell. As soon as I ... version described in the HOW-TO I get that it threw an exception. Please advise.
We are receiving the following error when we attempt to add an Office 365 tenant into Adaxes. I'm able to log in fine via the powershell module. Here are the following ... of each of these, but receive the same results. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
I installed the older version of 64 bit Windows Azure Active Directory Module as referenced here: Could not load file or assembly and the 64-bit version of the Microsoft ... connect via Azure AD Module directly with the credentials, so I have confirmed that.
I am looking for the option to be able to utilize this with a Multi-Domain/Multi-Tenant Environment. Provide specific managers on a specific domain under a client access, etc.