I am trying to access Azure active directory through the Azure portal, but getting a "No Subscriptions Found" error.

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Every time I try to access the Azure Active directory via portal, it displays a message telling "No subscriptions found". Should I also subscribe for Azure active directory separately? Isn't this feature inherently available with the azure subscription?
Jan 13 in Azure by Karan
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To access the Azure portal, each user needs permissions with an Azure subscription

If you have a paid Office 365 or Azure AD subscription, go to https://aka.ms/accessAAD for a one-time activation step. Otherwise, you will need to activate a free Azure account or a paid subscription.

For more information, see How Azure subscriptions are associated with Azure Active Directory

answered Jan 13 by Sirajul
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