Az AD App List

This article will discuss the syntax and usage of the az ad app list command with an example of how to use this command.

Az AD App List

This Azure CLI command can help you to list the applications.

Syntax of az ad app list

Below is the syntax of the az ad app list command.

az ad app list
az ad app list [--all]
 [--app-id]
 [--display-name] [--filter]

Az ad app list Examples

Example-1:

You can execute the below command to get the complete list of all the applications.

az ad app list

After executing the above command, I got the expected output, as shown in the screenshot below.

az ad app list

Example-2:

You can execute the below Azure CLI command to get the details of the specified application.

az ad app list --display-name 'testing123'

After executing the above command, I got the output as expected.

PS /home/bijay> az ad app list --display-name 'testing123'                                                                                                                  [      
  {
    "addIns": [],
    "api": {
      "acceptMappedClaims": null,
      "knownClientApplications": [],
      "oauth2PermissionScopes": [],
      "preAuthorizedApplications": [],
      "requestedAccessTokenVersion": null
    },
    "appId": "31b8010d-464f-49e3-b543-39c1339b4ec9",
    "appRoles": [],
    "applicationTemplateId": null,
    "certification": null,
    "createdDateTime": "2023-05-24T06:12:43Z",
    "defaultRedirectUri": null,
    "deletedDateTime": null,
    "description": null,
    "disabledByMicrosoftStatus": null,
    "displayName": "testing123",
    "groupMembershipClaims": null,
    "id": "e7f31fb3-ecc1-4fe1-9720-78549faae15a",
    "identifierUris": [],
    "info": {
      "logoUrl": null,
      "marketingUrl": null,
      "privacyStatementUrl": null,
      "supportUrl": null,
      "termsOfServiceUrl": null
    },
    "isDeviceOnlyAuthSupported": null,
    "isFallbackPublicClient": null,
    "keyCredentials": [],
    "notes": null,
    "optionalClaims": null,
    "parentalControlSettings": {
      "countriesBlockedForMinors": [],
      "legalAgeGroupRule": "Allow"
    },
    "passwordCredentials": [],
    "publicClient": {
      "redirectUris": []
    },
    "publisherDomain": "fewlines4bijuhotmail.onmicrosoft.com",
    "requestSignatureVerification": null,
    "requiredResourceAccess": [],
    "samlMetadataUrl": null,
    "serviceManagementReference": null,
    "servicePrincipalLockConfiguration": null,
    "signInAudience": "AzureADMyOrg",
    "spa": {
      "redirectUris": []
    },
    "tags": [],
    "tokenEncryptionKeyId": null,
    "verifiedPublisher": {
      "addedDateTime": null,
      "displayName": null,
      "verifiedPublisherId": null
    },
    "web": {
      "homePageUrl": null,
      "implicitGrantSettings": {
        "enableAccessTokenIssuance": false,
        "enableIdTokenIssuance": false
      },
      "logoutUrl": null,
      "redirectUriSettings": [],
      "redirectUris": []
    }
  }
]

You can see the same output in the below screenshot.

az ad app list --display-name

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