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5. Creating An Approval Flow
So far, we have created SharePoint list, PowerApps, Flows and Registered an Application. Able to get user’s information and submit for … Continue Reading
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Now, go back to the Form again, Select the LoadButton–Action(Flow)–Select the flow which we created and tested
You can see the Flow selected but you can … Continue Reading
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4. Adding Azure AD Application and Setting the permissions
Registering the application in Azure AD,
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Step 3: Creating Flow for the Actions
We have created SharePoint List and PowerApps Forms with Button. We need to give an action to get the … Continue Reading
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Step 2: Creating Microsoft PowerApps form
Now, it is time to create PowerApps for our application. Let’s Login to https://create.powerapps.com/studio/#
Click on New and select Start… Continue Reading
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Welcome to Microsoft PowerApps and Microsoft Flow, the new technologies gets added in the Windowstechpro.. Going forward you will be seeing more articles in this … Continue Reading
Normally, once you have created application and provided some deligate permissions in azure ad, you need to accept the Azure AD Consent. wherein in Oauth V1.0 all users when ever the login for the first time to application, they need … Continue Reading
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name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program. Check the
spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify that the path … Continue Reading
Many organizations won’t provide system admin privileges to users. So we don’t have options to install Azure PowerShell Module?
No.. We do have an option to install Azure PowerShell module without system administrator permissions.
Open PowerShell and Run the below … Continue Reading
In this Part 2 Article,we will see converting the domain to Managed and make users authenticated against Azure AD.
Ensure Full Sync and Password sync has been allowed enough time to sync and completed Before converting the Domain.
For Part … Continue Reading