We’re still considering this, and would love to hear your scenarios for this combination. Please add comments to give us more details.
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I would also like to see this.
Azure B2B is great for partners with a properly configured AAD Tenant.
However many organisations do not have this. Using B2B then just in time provisions accounts for these user. These creates an account where no one is owning the JML process. (We assume the guests organizational will manage it, that organization has no idea the account exists)
B2C, with custom policies, gives us more control over re-certification and approval processes.
It would be great to use B2C to login to office365 and enterprise applications registered in an organization AAD