Step One: Navigate to portal.azure.com to create a new tenant account using your company account (or create a new one).
Step Two: Click on "Azure Active Directory" in the left menu.
Step Three: Choose "Create a Directory" on the bottom right menu.
Step Four: Here, you are creating a directory of your own. You can choose your Organization name (for ease of use, you might want to choose your name/org).
Step Five: Once Directory has been created, click "Here".
Step Six: Your New Email address, which is your new Initial Domain Name followed by .onmicrosoft.com, will be at the top. Copy this.
Step Seven: Click on "Users" on the left menu.
Step Eight: Click on New User.
Step Nine: You have your own Tenant, now you need to create your own AAD Account WITHIN that Tenant. Name Field: You can give it any name (such as your name, followed by a number, such as John101). User Name: Use that name (John101) followed by '@', followed by your new Tenant account (which you copied in Step Six). Copy and paste the user name into Notepad or other. This is your new AAD user tenant account.
Step Ten: At the bottom, choose "Show Password" and copy and paste (in Notepad or other). You can change this password later Click "Create" at the bottom.
Step Eleven: Go to Community.powerbi.com in an incognito window and click "Sign In".
Step Twelve: Use your new AAD user account that you copied in step 9 to sign in. The password will initially be what you copied in step 10. Update when prompted.
Step Thirteen: When you get to the "Sign in to the Power Bi Community" screen, you will enter your EXISTING community name and password to map these to the newly-created AAD user account.
Step Fourteen: To validate your new account, open another incognito window (or clear your cache) to sign in again with the new AAD account.
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