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cmyslinsky
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Graph Customer Connector Authenticate with just Client ID and Secret

I've successfully retrieved data out of Graph using Postman by authenticating with just the client ID and secret.  However, when I setup the custom connector inside of Power Automate and attempt to test, it wants to use my personal credentials which do not have access to the data or newly registered application.  Curious what I might be missing.

 

Cheers

Chad

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Yes, if you use the Power Automate Trial, you can test your flow with premium connectors for a month.

If you have configured your application within your Azure AD correctly, just add the information to the HTTP action like:

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Marvin

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MarvinBangert
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Hey @cmyslinsky 

Welcome to the forum!

Regarding your description, this question would be better within the Power Automate forum: https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-Power-Automate/ct-p/MPACommunity

But I will try to help you.

 

What kind of action do you use? There is a connector "HTTP" that you can use to send requests to Graph API, be aware that this connector is a premium connector.

Within the "HTTP" action you can set your authentification to "Active Directory OAuth" to add your client ID and secret:

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I hope this will help you! 🙂

 

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Marvin

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It's a GET to https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/deviceManagement/managedDevices/.   

 

To confirm, with the premium trial that keeps popping up, I can do a quick POC by authenticating with just the Client ID and Secret and not have to fiddle around with the customer connector trying to authenticate as me the same as Postman?

 

Chad

Yes, if you use the Power Automate Trial, you can test your flow with premium connectors for a month.

If you have configured your application within your Azure AD correctly, just add the information to the HTTP action like:

Image 1210.png

 

Best regards
Marvin

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