I told you how difficult it was to get rid of my three Azure shadow tenants. The good news is two-fold:
- If you get invited as a guest to a Teams, Microsoft will give you many opportunities, not to create a shadow tenant.
- If you have an inactive Azure shadow tenant, Microsoft will eventually retire it.
This is the workflow Microsoft runs through to verify your identity:
OTP (One Time Passcode) is a new feature, turned on by default, which logs you in. If the customer has disabled the feature, you can still create a Microsoft or Azure Account. If you have a Microsoft account, you are good to go either way.
That means I can now accept Teams invitations without creating shadow tenants. Yay!