Dormant entities in sensitive groups

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I noticed that MDI contains a report to identify dormant entities in Windows AD. How can we do the same thing for Azure AD?

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@Dean Gross No, MDI only works with on prem AD.

@Eli Ofek i understand that DFI won't work, what I would like to know is if there is another way to create a similar report for groups in Azure AD

MDI is not Azure AD aware, so it does not define anything as sensitive in Azure AD.
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