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Kudo Kingpin
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Flow Azure AD Connector

I'm attempting to make use of the Azure AD connector action to 'Add user to group'.

 

The action is added, which then prompts you to sign in. A window pops up for you to enter your details. When it goes off to validate the login, it comes back to say there was an error, as shown below.

 

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I've tried it in Chrome and got the same result.

 

Can't get any further unfortunately. Anyone know the problem / a solution?

 

Thanks.

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Community Support
Community Support

Re: Flow Azure AD Connector

Hi davidstone,

 

Thanks for sharing the error message. It seems that you don’t have a permission for Azure AD.


Could you please confirm with your IT department on your side?

 

I just test this issue on my side, I can create a connection to Azure AD without error. Just as you said, a Windows pops up for me to enter the credentials, after entering the email address and password and sign in, I click the accept items button then it succeed.

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Please confirm with your IT department and try again with it. If you are still getting this issue, please feel free reply.

 

Best regards,
Mabel Mao

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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New Member

Re: Flow Azure AD Connector

Hi,

 

i can create the connection to Azure AD successfully, however i cannot create the action:

 

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When i click save i always get error odata.id expected token LeftParenthesis

 

The connector documentation (https://docs.microsoft.com/de-de/Connectors/azuread/#add_user_to_group) says both parameters needs to be a string value?

 

Any ideas how the parameters needs to be filled?

 

Thanks. 

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Frequent Visitor

Re: Flow Azure AD Connector

I get the same, I think there's something wrong in the action ...

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Super User II
Super User II

Re: Flow Azure AD Connector

Hi @StevenCollier@davidstone@ckuever, and @v-yamao-msft 

 

I just searched to try to find a solution to a similar issue and I think you need a "Directory.Read.All", based on the document below: 

https://www.anupams.net/extended-attributes-azure-ad-ms-flow/

 

Please let me know if this solves your problem.

 

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Cheers
Manuel

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