About this tool
Get-TenantPartition was a PowerShell script written internally by one of the PMs on the Microsoft 365 U.S. Government Programs team as a quick way to query Azure AD and find out where a tenant is, what it's GUID is, and a few other properties.
During a migration project, it was thought that this script's function would be useful to a larger audience and while PowerShell is incredibly powerful, it's not the most approachable and so the web-based version of Get-TenantPartition was created and given a fun name (aka.ms/wheres-my-tenant).
Here's the change history for Get-TenantPartition on the Web:
|1.1||the same day||New China lookup page, added copy-to-clipboard capability, added warning for GCC-in-Azure-Gov tenants (rare, but problematic.)|
|1.2||later that same day||Added Germany lookup page|
|1.3||9/23/2020||Integrated Font Awesome's rad icon library and made some additional cosmetic and under-the-hood changes. Added some language around Fairfax to Arlington migrations.|
|1.4||during the daylight hours||Code cleanup, added some additional context around edge cases.|
|1.5||few hours later during a meeting||Added a status spinner to indicate that the client is searching, updated to Bootstrap 4.5 framework|
|1.6||that afternoon||Combined all three lookup pages (Global, China, Germany) into a single page with an environment dropdown. One stop shopping.|
|1.7||9/30/2020||Tidied up some code, added a tenant validation tool for GCC High and DOD customers wanting to re-use an existing Online Services tenant for their services.|
|1.8||12/7/2020||Removed the validation tool as we're done with that now. Cleaned up some Fairfax to Arlington migration stuff. Other small changes.|
|1.9||3/3/2021||Happy New Year! Split out USGov from Global lookup scope as cross-cloud lookups are being disabled.|
|1.9.1||9/17/2021||Moved the site to GitHub (a private repo for now), cleaned up a little other code, converted the Azure DevOps build pipeline to a GitHub action. Didn't want to go to v2.0 just yet.|