What tenant should I use to generate documentation using Azure DocKit?

One of the question our support department get asked a lot is: “What Azure AD tenant should I use?

So here is a quick answer :

When you connect to https://generate.azuredockit.com, the first thing you have to do is to enter the Azure AD  tenant name.


If you have access to an Azure Subscription with a Microsoft Account or with an Azure AD Account, it means that there is an Azure AD attached to the subscription.

In Azure, when you connect to the management portal, you can see multiple Azure Active Directories that are all the Directories you have access to:

Even if your account is in multiple Active Directory, it is mandatory that you use the Active Directory that is associated to the subscription that you want to document. Note that there is ONLY ONE Active directory that is associated to the subscription.

In order to find the directory, you can click on the settings menu and you will find the directory to use in the Directory column:

You can now go back to https://generate.azuredockit.com and specify this tenant.

If you don’t have access to the old portal, you can connect to the new one (https://portal.azure.com) and then enter the old portal address (https://manage.windowsazure.com) and you will see that the tenant name is specified in the error window :