Azure Active Directory


'Merge' an exisiting AAD with a new Office365 account


We have an existing Azure AD Directory which is used to provide logins for our staff to 3rd party web sites. We have just set up a new Office365 account and need it to use the existing directory. Is this possible?
I know Azure AD can be setup to use an existing O365 directory but we need the opposite...
Any help would be greatly appreciated
As I understand form the scenario you had Azure Subscription with Azure Active Directory (Tenant A). Now you have a new Office 365 subscription with a new Azure Active Directory (Tenant B) and you want both the subscription tenants to be merged.
Apologies, however this is not possible. We would request you to raise a
technical support ticket for us to help you to merge both Azure and Office 365 subscriptions under a single AAD tenant. (Example tenant A).
In this case the other tenant for the O365 subscription that has been created would become redundant. These steps are not possible from your (User) End, hence a support ticket is required for us to help you on the same.
Best Regards
Sadiqh Ahmed
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Greetings,
As per my understanding you have an AAD say abc.com and need it to be integrated with new Office365 (Xyz.com) And the objective is to integrate users from abc.com to new O365 domain for using a 3rd party application.
if so you can achieve it by associating Windows Azure subscription to your New Office 365
account.
You can refer below article on the same
http://blogs.technet.com/b/ad/archive/2013/09/10/empower-your-office-365-subscription-identity-management-with-application-access-enhancements-for-windows-azure-ad.aspx
And regarding "How Azure subscriptions are associated with Azure AD" please refer
https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/articles/active-directory-how-subscriptions-associated-directory/#manage-the-directory-for-your-office-365-subscription-in-azure
Please reply back if my understanding is wrong
Regards,
Somashekar 
Hi Somashekar
You have understood the problem correctly. I have reviewed both links provided but, frankly, I still don't see how to link both subscriptions. The first article does not indicate how to associate O365 with an existing directory in Azure (it only indicates
how to do so with a new Azure directory). The second article does the same.
Could you clarify the steps I need to take to enable my new Office365 subscription to use my existing Azure AD directory?
If this is not possible, is it possible to sync my on-premises AD with two Azure AD directories? I know that it's not when using the portal, but can it be done by Microsoft tech support?
Regards
David
I suggest you raise a support ticket in your new O365 subscription describing what you want to do. I don't think there is any way for you do to this yourself, but it might be possible for support.
Tim
As I understand form the scenario you had Azure Subscription with Azure Active Directory (Tenant A). Now you have a new Office 365 subscription with a new Azure Active Directory (Tenant B) and you want both the subscription tenants to be merged.
Apologies, however this is not possible. We would request you to raise a
technical support ticket for us to help you to merge both Azure and Office 365 subscriptions under a single AAD tenant. (Example tenant A).
In this case the other tenant for the O365 subscription that has been created would become redundant. These steps are not possible from your (User) End, hence a support ticket is required for us to help you on the same.
Best Regards
Sadiqh Ahmed
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Hi dmarr.
From my experience it will not be possible to merge an existing Azure AD with Office 365 with an existing Azure AD. They can both be added to the same Azure Portal and managed from one location. But the users will be separate.
If the Office 365 is brand new and no real work has been don on it is possible to remove that one and have the licenses added to the original Azure AD. You will need to go through support to do this, it must be done with help from
support.
Regards
Thomas

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