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Microsoft recently released the Windows Azure Active Directory (WAAD) web application. WAAD is a cloud service that provides identity and access capabilities for applications on Windows Azure and Microsoft Office 365. For Office 365 users that basically means Windows Azure AD has replaced what we used to call MSOL.
There are some exciting things going on in the background and this opens a lot of doors for developers, but we are going to focus instead on how we can use it manage our Office 365 objects.
To get started we need to log into the Administration Tool with our Administrator credentials by visiting https://activedirectory.windowsazure.com/Admin/Default.aspx