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Hi everyone,Does anyone have a clue or experience how to configure an action in Flow or Azure Logic App to use a Azure AD service principal (in stead of a user account) to authenticate to a D365FO instance?By default, you can configure the connector to use an Azure AD account (i.e. email@example.com) which is added as a user within D365FO and assigned appropriate roles to allow Odata consumption.I think it must be possible somehow, because other type of D365FO integrations (like the Warehousing app) are already authenticating using service principals (using an Azure AD App Reg with Client ID and Secret).Thanks in advance :)
This is not possible with the current options. The connectors are designed to use Azure AD users with Odata. Not sure if you would be able to create an own connector. Note that the warehousing app is implementing warehouse operations which are designed within F&O with specific features. Who would be able to control and audit changes on vendor bank accounts if you would go for a service principal?
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