During the installation and setup process for most CloudExtend applications, you will need to get access to the CloudExtend admin portal. The admin portal is where you can manage your CloudExtend licenses.
👉 See this article on how to manage CloudExtend licenses in the admin portal.
Some CloudExtend admin users may experience a delay in setup when they try to log into the CloudExtend admin portal. The screenshot further below is an example of when the Microsoft admin applies a user request form for admin consent when logging into 3rd applications with Microsoft Azure. The user is seeing this message because their admin has prevented users from authorizing applications.
Please note that any Microsoft email can be used (learn more here), even a personal email.
Please let your admins know that the sole purpose of using your Microsoft account is to enable a single user to have access to subscriptions.cloudextend.io so they can allocate end user licenses. We only ask for the bare minimum of permissions (see screen shot below) that are required and they only apply to the user logging in, not the entire org.
To process this request efficiently, we recommend adding a justification and submitting an approval request to your Microsoft admin. Once submitted you can provide the following Microsoft documentation link on how to review and take action on the admin consent request.
As a Microsoft admin, you will click on this link to see the article on how to Review admin consent requests.