I have an E1 license for Office 365 which I can use and access OneDrive. But when creating a connection to OneDrive in Flow, it gives out an Invalid connection error. More specifically, it says "OAuth2Certificate authorization flow failed for service 'Office 365 (Discovery.Certificate)'. The OneDrive service is not available in your Office 365 subscription. The followin Office 365 services are available: Office 365 Sharepoing....."
Thanks for your help.
OneDrive is intended for personal storage. OneDrive for Business, on the other hand, is one part of Office 365 (or SharePoint Server). If you need to login OneDrive, you need a personal account.
OneDrive for Business is designed for organizations. If your account has an E1 license for Office 365, you can use the OneDrive for Business connector.
If you want to use the OneDrive server, you need to register a personal account for OneDrive, this is the link for sign up:
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Also having exactly the same problem. OneDrive for business is working fine outside of Logic Apps, but if I try to authorise a new connection then I receive the same error message as the original poster.
I noticed this happening yesterday too, but for some reason the issue disappear later in the day - it is back today though.
Failed with error: 'OAuth2Certificate authorization flow failed for service 'Office 365 (Discovery, Certificate)'. The OneDrive service is not available in your Office 365 subscription. The following Office 365 services are available: Office 365 SharePoint, Office 365 Exchange, Office 365 Exchange, Office 365 Exchange, Microsoft Azure, Office 365 OneNote'. Please sign in again.
We got the same error on several user-accounts today. All user have the same Business Premium licence, some can connect to OneDrive for Business in Flow, some can not.
Yup, same here. Tried fiddling around with a DLP policy in PowerApps by defining one and adding Outlook 365 + OFB, but no dice. I have an E3 license.
Friend of mine on a different tenant with E3 tried too, same error. This seems to be a general issue. Opened a case with Microsoft but the first responder didn't really have anything to add except reassigning the E3 license (which didn't work)
My 'account' page suggests I have a E3 licence, though it doesn't mention 'OneDrive' anywhere in the list of available applications (it is present on the Office 365 landing page though, where I can click through to my OneDrive account and see all my files etc).
I've just double checked my files and there are plenty sitting there that were created by my logic app yesterday - the same logic app which is now not letting me authorise the OneDrive API connection.
I think OneDrive for Business ist a basic feature that is available in all those business plans, that's why it is maybe not listed there.
It is not either on Business Premium but i can use it on my computer, while other can not.
It seems that existing connections still work, but i can not create one on a new user account our repair one that was broken.
We have the same error today. A couple of weeks before it was working. I try to create a new flow connection to "OneDrive for Business" and try to login with my O365 E3 account. My account has a working "OneDrive for Business" for 3 months, so it is not a new account or something. Also the "OneDrive for Business" client on my Windows 10 is working good. It looks like this is some bug from Flow. Please fix this Microsoft! We need this functionality for our company.
OAuth2Certificate authorization flow failed for service 'Office 365 (Discovery, Certificate)'. The OneDrive service is not available in your Office 365 subscription. The following Office 365 services are available: Office 365 SharePoint, Office 365 Exchange, Office 365 Exchange, Office 365 Exchange, Microsoft Azure, Office 365 OneNote
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