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ADMIN will get to see all the SharePoint APPS which is installed with tenant scope and can still restrict the APP that can be consumed by the business user. This module is under SharePoint Admin Center => Apps => App Permissions. Note: Any app with site collection/web/list scope are listed under Site settings => Site app permission page.

Step 3: Apply permissions for the application. To do so, go to the App that is registed in AAD. Then Under 'Manage' tab, go to 'API Permissions', then click on 'Add a permission'. You will see a 'Request API permissions' window, under 'Microsoft APIs', click on "Sharepoint" and select 'Application permisssions'.

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When building SPFx webparts which connect to the Graph API, or other 3rd party API's, you have to grant the appropriate permissions to the ServicePrincipal used by SPFx, which is called "SharePoint Online Client Extensibility Web Application Principal" - see Request permissions to an Azure AD application.. There are a few ways you can do this;.

SharePoint: Access to the SharePoint Tenant Administration site Approves a permission request for the current tenant's "SharePoint Online Client" service principal SYNTAX.

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SharePoint Online- Bad service principal breaks SharePoint Admin API Access “Global Service Principal ID Error: Error: {}” Resolved. We recently ran into an issue when creating SPFX Azure Active Directory App registrations using an O-Auth Implicit flow that our SharePoint Admin Center API Access page then gave an error: Could not retrieve.

Whether you want to work with SharePoint, Microsoft Graph, Dynamics or else, each service is registered as a service principal (Enterprise Application in AAD). And each of these contains AppRoles (for Application permissions) and. It seems that the SharePoint connector does not support using a Service Principal, only user accounts. I noticed the Dataverse connector supports the Service Principal option. 0.