Powershell

This is a Microsoft guide I need to use fairly regularly ! Wish connection to Exchange Online and Sharepoint Online from Powershell was a little easier to configure.

Interestingly when I tried this today if I ran Connect-EXOPSSesion with parameter for my UPN it didn’t seem to work. If instead just ran the command with no parameters the standard login dialog appeared fine and I could enter my email address and authenticate with my Authenticator app ! Odd one…

via Connect to Exchange Online PowerShell using multi-factor authentication | Microsoft Docs

PowerApps

I definitely need to come back to this one ! One of the tips here is to enable permissions to Sharepoint lists for PowerApps. The bit I need for my current project is to enable row level permissions so that users can only see entries they created. Very useful tip..

via 3 tips you need to know when using PowerApps forms on SharePoint lists – European SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure Conference, 2019, Prague, Czech Republic

ARGHH !

So I have created an app that uses the AzureAD connector to find the logged in users account details (Office location) only to find that when deploying this app to actual users ( who aren’t Azure AD admins ) it doesn’t work ! The user needs admin rights to query AzureAD so the connector is effectively no good for what I want to use it for.. Ah well.. Back to the Drawing board ! See article below for more.

via Solved: Issue with Azure AD Connector – Power Platform Community

Last modified: August 19, 2019

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