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endak
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Verify permissions for HTTP with Azure AD Connector

I've been trying to figure out how to create a planner task with checklist items automatically. It's not currently possible with the built-in connector. I found articles online which suggested using a custom connector with a service principal but that requires Groups.ReadWrite.All permissions which is much to wide for my liking.

 

I tried using the Graph API and found that I can achieve what I'm looking for with the HTTP with Azure AD connector.

 

My question is around the permissions this connector has. I assume it is impersonating my user but I didn't sign into it that I can recall and when I try to add a new connection it asks for a client ID etc like for a service principal. I didn't create a service principal for this either.

 

Is there any way I can verify what permissions the connector has been granted?

 

It's a logic app that has RBAC in place so access to the API connection is limited but I'm wary that this may still have too wide a permissions set that could be abused.

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