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    Folks,

    Thanks for the questions and suggestions. And apologies for not sharing any update on this thread for so long. We’ve been working on this problem and have announced changes on our official team blog (see here: https://cloudblogs.microsoft.com/enterprisemobility/2016/09/15/cleaning-up-the-azure-ad-and-microsoft-account-overlap/).

    First, we are acutely aware of the UX pain this is causing and we are sorry for this. We are trying to undo a decade and a half of systems divergence. There are literally hundreds of different engineering teams across Microsoft involved in this effort. So this is taking time.

    Second, we can’t easily “merge” two accounts, or allow IT to “take over” personal Microsoft accounts. There are two main hurdles: (1) The terms of service are fundamentally different for the two account types and (2) they are based on different technologies with different stacks (different identifiers, SDKs, token formats, etc.). We’re working to converge the two stacks but again this…

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    We are designing a feature that will allow Management groups to connect to subscriptions and management groups in different tenants. There is no timeline yet other than it is being planned for the 2nd half of 2019 to be worked on.

    One question we do have is what services in Azure would you like to see supported in the cross tenant scenario? Azure Policy, Blueprints, RBAC Accesses, Security Monitoring, Deployments, etc…

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    Azure Policy, Blueprints, RBAC Accesses, Security Monitoring, Deployments or services that generally fit into a share services CSP model. for means of domain and resource Tenant segregation commonly used within highly restricted industries. e.g. Banks

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