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Hi,

is it possible to save to an Adaxes attribute the value of the last Sign In from Azure AD?

When we query users for Last Logon, we, of course, can only see the Last Logon value from AD

It would be very useful to know the latest login in Azure AD as well

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Hello Manuel,

Unfortunately, there is no possibility to save the time of last sign in to AzureAD because accounts in AzureAD do not have a relevant property.

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