- Sign-in into your Azure Account through the classic portal.
- Select Active Directory from the left pane.
- Select the directory that you want to use for creating the new application.
- To view the applications in your directory, click on Applications.
- If you haven't created an application in that directory before you should see something similar to following image. Click on ADD AN APPLICATION
Or, click Add in the bottom pane.
- Choose "Add an application my organization is developing".
- Type "CloudamizeApp" in NAME and choose "WEB APPLICATION AND/OR WEB API".
- Type "http://cloudamize.com in both SIGN-ON URL and APP ID URI. Click the Complete.
You have created your application.
- Click on the Configure tab to configure your application's password(client key).
- Scroll down to the Keys section and select how long you would like your password to be valid.
- Select Save to create your key.
The saved key is displayed and you can copy it. You will not be able to retrieve the key later so you will want to copy it now.
You also copy client Id as shown in below image.
- Click "Add application"
- Click "+" Sign on "Windows Azure Service Management API".
- Enable "Access Azure Service Management as organization users (preview)".
- Click "View endpoints" at the bottom of the screen and retrieving the tenant ID as shown below save.
- Go to https://portal.azure.com
- Click Subscriptions on the left panel and a subscription name, Settings, Users. Note that you should do this for each subscription name.
- Add a user with Reader role.
- Type CloudamizeApp in search box and choose CloudamizeApp and click Select and click OK.
- Enter all above information(Client ID, Client Key, Tenant ID and Offer ID) into your Cloudamize Azure Resource Manager add account screen.