I have used Invoke HTTP with Azure AD action in Flow used in my PowerApp to fetch data from Online User profile Service.
While creating the flow I did pass Azure AD Resource URI and Base Resource URL in HTTP with Azure AD action.
The flow works fine and returns data to my App.
I did share my app, flow to other users.
However, they are getting the below screen asking to sign in
When user clicks at sign in against HTTP with Azure AD connection, user gets below screem prompting to enter Azure AD Resource URI and Base Resource URL.
Am not sure why is it asking users to enter Azure AD Resource URI and Base Resource URL (but only once) again although I passed the same in Flow action itself.
It is not desired as business will not be knowing the URLs.
Please let me know if there is any way to bypass/fix this prompt?
Could you please try to test as next?
Are you still having issues with this connector? Set it up using this information:
Then going to https://aad.portal.azure.com, be sure to click "Grant Permissions" or get your IT person to do this if the permissions you selected are okay--only select the minimum needed for your task. That might be the issue with your current authentication right now.
Thanks for your reply.
Actually I do not face this issue as I have created the App and corresponding SharePoint Lists.
Whenever, the user (with whom I have shared my App and granted access on corresponding SharePoint Lists) access the publsihed app, he/she is prompted to enter the Base Urls while clicking at Sign In adjacent to HTTP with Azure AD connection. This happens only for once and user is not prompted to enter the Base URL on subsequent access to App.
This is concern as to why it is asking the users to pass the Base URL (even for once) again as the same is already passed while creating the Flow?
I’m also having this issue when sharing with my internal users. They get prompted to sign-in to the “Http with Azure AD” connector. I already successfully created this connection in the app to call the base url of https://graph.microsoft.com. Is there a way to share this connection with the app so my end users don’t have to create this connection?
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