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Adding a OneDrive Application

In order to integrate with OneDrive, we must first create an application entry in Data Access Security. This entry includes the identification, connection details, and other parameters necessary to create the link.

To add an application, use the New Application Wizard.

  1. Go to Admin > Applications.
  2. Select Add New to open the wizard.
  3. Select Wizard Type.
  4. Select Standard Application
  5. Select Next.

General Details

  1. Complete the General Details:

    • Application Type - OneDrive for Business
    • Application Name - Logical name of the application
    • Description - Description of the application
    • Tags - Select tags for the application from the dropdown list or type a new name and press Enter to create a tag. The dropdown list of tags filters out matching tags as you type and displays up to 50 tags.

      Note

      The tags replace the Logical container field that was used when creating applications in releases before 8.2.

    • Event Manager Server - If there are multiple event manager servers configured in the system, you can select an event manager from the dropdown list.

    • Identity Collector - Select from the Identity Collector dropdown list.
      • You can create identity collectors in the administrative client.
      • If adding a new identity collector, select the Refresh button to update the Identity Collector dropdown list.
  2. Select Next.

Connection Details

  1. Complete the Connection Details:

    • Initial Domain Name - The Initial Domain Name that was given when the Azure tenant was initially created can be found in Microsoft 365 admin center > Settings > Domains. It can be identified by its .onmicrosoft.com suffix and that it cannot be deleted.
    • Application ID - Enter the Application ID for the Azure application used by the Data Access Security SharePoint Online Connector.
    • Certificate File - The certificate assigned to the Azure application used by the Data Access Security SharePoint Online Connector. Either navigate to the certificate by selecting Choose a File, or drag the certificate onto the Certificate File Path field.
      • Supported file formats: pfx, p12.
    • Certificate Password - Enter the password for the certificate.

    Note

    When editing this application, if a new certificate is uploaded, the former password cannot be used. The user has to provide a new password.

  2. Select Next.

You will now configure and schedule the permissions collection.