Can anyone guide me to the current best practices for using the Microsoft Flow SharePoint connector when two-factor authentication is enabled for our SharePoint Online tenant?
Here is the problem: I have a simple SharePoint document approval flow (using the modern Flow approval) that fails to initiate because we recently enabled two-factor authentication for our SharePoint Online tenant.
How do I use Microsoft Flow to connect to SharePoint when two-factor authentication is required?
Could you try having your tenant administrator make the Flow app with ID 7df0a125-d3be-4c96-aa54-591f83ff541c require 2FA and then logging out and back in? We've seen issues where if you login with single factor auth on the Flow app and then we attempt to get a token to talk to other services that require 2FA, we fail to do so. You'll also probably need to re-create your SharePoint connection and point your flow to the new connection.
Let me know if that works.
We recently turned on two-factor authentication and... you guessed it, none of my FLOWS will authenticate. I have 30+ FLOWs already and I expect more to come as our organization embraces FLOWs within SharePoint.
A solution would be ideal, but has anyone found a workaround other than resetting the connections on each FLOW every 14 days?
The last post to this thread was nearly a year ago @Nsp13 @masisley . Surely a solution must have been found by now?
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