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Administrator approval and consent for Web Connectors (Azure storage, Office 365 Sharepoint, Dynamics365 CRM, Onedrive, Outlook 365)

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Administrator approval and consent for Web Connectors (Azure storage, Office 365 Sharepoint, Dynamics365 CRM, Onedrive, Outlook 365)

Account Types 

  • Personal Account:
Once the connector has authorization to access the Microsoft account there will be a corresponding entry in "My apps"
https://myapps.microsoft.com/

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  • Enterprise Account:

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Granting Access for Enterprise Accounts:

Once the enterprise application is selected an application list will appear that the user can filter searching for Qlik Web Connector:

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Select Qlik Web Connectors (Office 365 SharePoint) and look for the properties page. The page should have the following checkboxes ticked.
 
Enabled for users to sign-in? (Yes)

User assignment required? (Yes) This field is only mandatory if the administrator wants to restrict access to the users.

Visible to users? (Yes)
 
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Testing (With administrator rights)

Open Qlik Office 365 SharePoint connector and select "Can Authenticate" and the press the green button "Authenticate"

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You will be redirected to a Microsoft login page that should look similar to the following picture:
 

 

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If azure grants access, the Qlik Webconnector application will generate a code as the following one:

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Testing (With NON administrator rights)



If a basic (Non admin) user tries to auth the following message would appear in azure:
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In order to fix this the administrator needs to grant access to the users.
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Once the administrator granted access to the user the message that should appear is the following one:

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‎2022-06-30 06:15 AM
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