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Using Azure AD HTTP connector

Is it possible to use the Azure AD HTTP connector to connect to applicaitons that my company has developed or is the client 7ab7862c-4c57-491e-8a45-d52a7e023983 only authorized to access Microsoft services?

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Re: Using Azure AD HTTP connector

Hi @ micahsa15,

 

Have you take a try to create a connection between the Azure AD HTTP connector and applicaitons that your company has developed?

 

You could refer to link below to learn more about the conditional access in Azure Active Directory

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/active-directory-conditional-access-azure-po...

 

And as is said in the link,users can access your organization's resources using a variety of devices and apps from anywhere.

 

Please take try to create a connection between the Azure AD HTTP connector and applicaitons that your company has developed to see if you could use the Azure AD HTTP connector to connect to applicaitons that your company has developed

 

You could refer to link below to learn more about how to manage connections in microsoft flow:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/flow/add-manage-connections

 

 

Regards,
Alice Zhang

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