OneDrive Connector
Version: 4

Authentication :: Application Credentials [OAuth]


OAuth App must be created in Microsoft Azure AD. These settings typically found here [API Help..]


Firstly, login into Azure Portal and there create an OAuth application:

  1. Go to Azure Portal and login there.
  2. Then go to Azure Active Directory.
  3. On the left side click menu item App registrations
  4. Then proceed with clicking New registration.
  5. Enter a name for your application.
  6. Select one of Accounts in this organizational directory only as supported account type to access data in your company.
  7. In Redirect URI section leave option selected at Web.
  8. Copy Application (client) ID and paste it into API Connection Manager configuration grid in Client ID row.
  9. Then click on Endpoints link and copy second, Token, URL to Token URL field in configuration grid. Usually they look similar to these:
  10. Close "Endpoints" and create a Client Secret by clicking Certificates & secrets.
  11. Proceed by clicking New client secret and setting expiration period. Copy the client secret and paste it into configuration grid in Client Secret row.
  12. Go to API Permissions section and add Microsoft Graph permissions. Then and add Drive permissions, e.g. Files.Read.All, Files.ReadWrite.All.
  13. Use these scopes in Scopes field: offline_access Files.Read Files.Read.All Files.ReadWrite Files.ReadWrite.All openid profile User.Read email
  14. Finally, Grant admin consent for your domain for your permissions.
  15. That's it!


Parameter Label Required Options Description Help
TokenUrl Token URL YES
Option Value
For Single Tenant{ENTER-TENANT-ID-HERE}/oauth2/v2.0/token
For Multi Tenant
ClientId Client ID YES
ClientSecret Client Secret YES
Scope Scope NO Permissions you want to use. API Help
RetryMode RetryMode NO
Option Value
None None
RetryAny RetryAny
RetryWhenStatusCodeMatch RetryWhenStatusCodeMatch
RetryStatusCodeList RetryStatusCodeList NO
RetryCountMax RetryCountMax NO
RetryMultiplyWaitTime RetryMultiplyWaitTime NO