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Helper II

Get data source used in Flow or App

Is there a way for admin (using admin connectors, or powershell) to identify where specific app or flow connects to?

I know you can identify connectors used within app or flow, ie it connects to sharepoint or to teams, but I would need to get more details like sharepoint site url, teams name/id, etc.

 

I was looking into it, but couldn't find any information like that. Is it even possible?

 

Thanks a lot!

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Hi @marekbuban 

 

I'm a bit confused. Could you please elaborate so that I can try to help you?

 

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Manuel

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Hi @manuelstgomes,

 

imagine some user creates an app that connects to sharepoint site ABC and site DEF, then also to Teams with name XYZ and creates tasks in planner.

 

Now I as admin I can only get generic information about connectors used - that his app connects to SharePoint, to Teams and to Planner, but I would like to know more - to which site exactly it connects (either site URL or guid), what's the name or ID of the teams and same for planner.

 

Does it make sense? 🙂

 

Thanks!

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