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Microsoft Graph Security Connector Issues

Hi

 

We face the following issue with the Microsoft Graph Security Connector within Power Automate:

Within Power Automate I need a connection to the MicrosoftGrpahSecurityConnector App, and for that I am requesting consent from the Azure AD tenant Administrator. I get the confirmation, that the consent has been sent for an Administrator and that the request is pending.

 

The AD tenant admin unfortunately does not see this consent request and we are not able to find the app within the portal.azure.com under Enterprise Applications. A search for the below App Name does not provide any hits:

 

  • Application Name - MicrosoftGraphSecurityConnector
  • Application ID - c4829704-0edc-4c3d-a347-7c4a67586f3c

 

The Admin Consent Page is also empty and we cannot see the  request from above. How to proceed in this case?  Do we manually add this app in azure.portal.com?

 

Any help is very appreciated! 

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Meanwhile I found out how to proceed: I activated the app via powershell:

 

Connect-MsolService

New-MsolServicePrincipal -AppPrincipalId <addID>


With this I was able to find he application named MicrosoftGraphSecurityConnector in azure.portal.com

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Hi @curlx 

 

You have to register an app in the Azure Active directory and enable the graph API permissions to it with the admin consent. You can see the implementation here: https://karinebosch.wordpress.com/2017/12/18/microsoft-graph/ 

 

Can you confirm that it has been set that way? And then you need to use the tenant id, app id and the secret to fill in the authentication for the custom connector. (if using one or directly pass those parameters in the http send request)

 

Hope this Helps!

 

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Hi there 

Thank you very much for your feedback. 

As it is not a custom app, I dont need to register it. My wish is to use an existing Microsoft app: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/connectors/microsoftgraphsecurity/

Details: 

  • Application Name - MicrosoftGraphSecurityConnector
  • Application ID - c4829704-0edc-4c3d-a347-7c4a67586f3c

The issue is that this app is not visible in portal.azure.com under Enterprise apps, thus I am not able to use this app within Power Automate. 

 

I feel like this is the wrong forum to get an answer, I realize. 

 

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Meanwhile I found out how to proceed: I activated the app via powershell:

 

Connect-MsolService

New-MsolServicePrincipal -AppPrincipalId <addID>


With this I was able to find he application named MicrosoftGraphSecurityConnector in azure.portal.com

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