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Access settings based on authentication configuration are disabled

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As per reference here

 

I wanted to set up authentication for PVA bot and select an option called 'Only for teams.' However, when I clicked on Access option on the left the window that allows 'Require users to sigh-in' is disabled for me.

Any obvious reason?

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Hi @Anonymous 

 

In order to use the Access options, you have to select Manual in the authentication page:

Manual (for any channel including Teams).

  • If your authentication setting is configured to Manual, and the service provider is either Azure Active Directory or Azure Active Directory V2, you can toggle the Require users to sign in option and change the access settings for the bot.
  • If your authentication provider is set as Generic OAuth 2, you can toggle the Require users to sign in option, but you cannot control which users can access the bot. That option is only available when using Azure AD authentication.

 

You cannot change Access options when using:

Only for Teams

No authentication


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Jcook
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Hello @Anonymous 

 

The link to the documentation says:

Only for Teams. The bot will only work on the Teams channel. This means the user will always be signed in, and therefore the Require users to sign in option in the Access setting will be enabled and can't be changed.


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Anonymous
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Yes, but this not teams only bot and I want to be able to see following options

 

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Hi @Anonymous 

 

Could you share a screenshot of your Authentication page from the Security Tab


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Hi @Anonymous 

 

In order to use the Access options, you have to select Manual in the authentication page:

Manual (for any channel including Teams).

  • If your authentication setting is configured to Manual, and the service provider is either Azure Active Directory or Azure Active Directory V2, you can toggle the Require users to sign in option and change the access settings for the bot.
  • If your authentication provider is set as Generic OAuth 2, you can toggle the Require users to sign in option, but you cannot control which users can access the bot. That option is only available when using Azure AD authentication.

 

You cannot change Access options when using:

Only for Teams

No authentication


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If you like my post please hit the Thumbs Up


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