I'm looking to create an application that allows me to add a user account to my office 365 tenant, and add that user to one or more 0365 groups, as well as one or more SharePoint sites.
I don't really need a data table in this case, but do need a form that allows me to put in the user's name, and (ideally) get the temporary password back from the office 365 new user function.
Essentially, I'm duplicating the new user form used for Office 0365 but then adding some additional functionality behind the creation of the new account. Questions:
1. Can I create a form without having a connection to a database?
2. Can I access Office 365 admin functions from PowerApps?
3. Is there a PowerShell interface for PowerApps (I know I can do the account and group adds in PowerShell with the MSOL commandlets)
Many thanks for any ideas. --- Larry
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About question1, it is not possible to create a form without having a connection. Please take this documentation for a reference:https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/tutorials/working-with-forms/
About question2. we could get Office 365 users information when connecting to Office365Users connector. Please see this doc:https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/tutorials/connection-office365-users/
About question3, currently we are not able to use PowerShell within PowerApps. While you could consider to register and use custom connectors in PowerApps:https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/tutorials/register-custom-api/
Hope this could be a reference for you.
Best regards, Mabel Mao
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