Add a common (multi-tenant) Azure AD Identity Provider
An idp that can be used to set up the AAD "common" tenant, which does home realm discovery (customer types in their email address and the real tenant is looked up) to find the actual AAD tenant. This would allow any customer with an AAD account in any AAD tenant (that has not disallowed it to be used with the common tenant) to authenticate.
This is possible through custom policies (see documentation below). We are planning to bring it into built-in policies within the next 6 months.
Hi, In June 2018 this was planned for within 6 months. Can anyone update the status of this?
I tried to implement this, but when the <Item Key="client_id">00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000</Item> is asked. I am not sure which one to use. As if we are using multi-tenant, each tenant has their one client ID.
or the client ID refer to the registrar application that we try to give access to?
any news on this?
Victor Carlson commented
How is the status of this feature? When will it be out for preview?