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Use Dataverse table ‘AAD User’ for Excel data types from Power BI

In my previous blog post ‘Hidden treasures: Use Excel data types from Power BI‘ I wrote about connecting to local Active Directory from Power BI, but would it also be possible to connect to Azure Active Directory? Well, there’s no Power Query connector for Azure Active Directory (yet?), but there’s a (virtual) table ‘AAD User’ in Dataverse that we can use for this purpose. Unfortunately

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Posted by In my previous blog post ‘ Hidden treasures: Use Excel data types from Power BI’ I wrote about connecting to local Active Directory from Power BI, but would it also be possible to connect to Azure Active Directory?

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