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Audience in an HTTP request via Active Directory OAuth


I'd like to automate some tasks in Power BI Service. Unfortunately, there is only a simple connector for Power BI. It means I have to write my own custom connector or create some HTTP request by myself ( That's ok for me.

But the problem is: I've registered an app in Azure and got client ID and client secret. But if I want to create an HTTP request with Active Directory OAuth, there is a field I don't understand: audience. I wasn't able to find out what I should write in. Does anybody have an idea what the field is for and what should be there?

Thank you for every hint.



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Re: Audience in an HTTP request via Active Directory OAuth

Hi @Nolock,


You can have a try with:

There has a blog about Graph call, maybe it could help you something:


Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Lin Tu
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Re: Audience in an HTTP request via Active Directory OAuth

Hi @v-litu-msft,

thank you very much for your answer. Unfortunately, it didn't work 😞

In some resource they use a URI, sometimes a GUID like here. The definition from the link says: "The GUID for the target resource that you want to access, which is the client ID from the application identity for your web app or API app."

I've tried everything possible, nothing works 😞

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