Why as a co-administrator of a subscription am I unable to edit the Active Directory?

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A customer made me a co-administrator of his Azure subscription. However, I am unable to edit his Active Directory, ie add/edit users, create applications, etc.

Why can't I access that? I'm thinking perhaps the Subscription is owned by the AD and not the other way around.

What do each of the role levels in AD allow? There's

  • Global Admin
  • Billing Admin
  • Service Admin
  • User Admin
  • Password Admin
Aug 22, 2018 in Azure by cloudie_crank
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The answer was that I needed to be set up as a Global Administrator in the Azure AD domain.

answered Aug 22, 2018 by null_void
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