Greetings today, I will show you how to enable partner integrations that are meant for partner center graph, Azure management, granular delegated, admin privilege, and NCE price sheet import. So let's start with the. Basic things that we need to check on our tenants before we sign the concept links. So let's open, an incognito tab.
That would be the best approach. And let's go to the Azure portal.com
here we will log in with. Our global admin account.
And that would be this one
on microsoft.com. My bad like that. We provide the password.
Let's make sure that we receive the two-factor authentication message from Microsoft. This is necessary because, the partner integrations always require you to have MFA switch on. So multi-factor authentication is a requirement. So let's go to the next step. Let's. Log into the Azure portal and check if everything is in place for us to be able to set up the, everything, to be set up for the content links.
So let's open the blade on the left side, go to the Azure active directory.
It's going to take some moment or two for loading all the elements. Let's go to the enterprise applications and remove the filters. As you can see here, that is because not everything is always listed in the default list. So we need to look for something that is named partner. And this is the application that we are looking for.
This is a native Microsoft application, but, not installed by default on your tenants. If this application is not present on your tenant, the one thing you can do is to install it and to do that, you would simply need to open a power show. Copy the application ID. That's the important part. And here, you to have Azure ID module installed.