Finding EDS Configuration Values in Azure

Finding EDS Configuration Values in Azure

To configure the EDS, you need 3 values:

  1. The Tenant ID of the Entra Directory

  2. The Client ID of the application

  3. The Client Secret of the application

Finding the Values

  1. Open Azure

  2. Select correct directory                                                                                       

  3. Click App Registrations in the sidebar

  4. Click EDS

  5. Client ID and Tenant ID are now visible, note these down:

  6. Click Certificates & Secrets in the sidebar:

  7. Existing client secrets are not visible, so create a new one. Give it a name and click Add. The new client secret should now appear in the list.

  8. Note down the value, as you won’t be able to view it again.

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