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ArunMallick
Microsoft
Microsoft

Azure Dev Ops connector overprovisioned with full access

I have created a Power App with Power Flow to connect and create Azure Dev ops workitem. I am using OAuth authorization to connect to the Azure Dev Ops, but with that it’s granting all the permissions to the app whatever the user has access to in the Azure Dev Ops.

I see this as a big risk considering the app can do anything in that Azure Dev Ops space, apart from normal operations like for example simply read or create a workitem. Is there a way to limit/selective access on Azure Dev Ops?

 

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