I'm trying to give our users permission for Adobe Acrobat DC to access their OneDrive files. The integrated app permission is set not to allow users to give permission to integrated apps and this has to be done by a global admin.
Microsoft's current procedure for doing this is to get the URL when signing in and change it to include "prompt=admin_consent".
My problem is that sign in screen seems to use an integrated browser and I cannot get this URL.
Can any one help me retrieve this?
As per the issue description mentioned above, you want to configure Microsoft azure with Acrobat DC, is that correct?
Please refer to the steps given in the following help document on how to: Configure Microsoft Azure for use with Adobe SSO
Let us know if you need any help.
I'm not sure this is what I want, but thanks anyway.
In our organisation, add-ins that require access to company data, need to be pre-approved by the administrator.
So when you try to add OneDrive as a storage location, this is shown:
We have managed to pre-approve other add-ins by modifying the sign-in URL to include "prompt=admin_consent" but Acrobat DC seems to use an integrated browser for this and we are unable to retrieve the URL.
We just need to know if there is way to retrieve this.
You can retrieve the URL by trying to sign in with the account that is not present in this tenant.
This way, you'll get the app id and can provide the admin consent.
The link to add Adobe Acrobat to enterprise apps is
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It seems as Adobe do not have a clue in how to resolve this issue, as they keep referring me to the same article, which is not related.
So if anyone who is not a member of Adobe who has come across this, please let me know.
Looks like we will have to seek an alternative solution if 'Admin Consent' can't be achieved.
It's a year later, has anyone found a way to make "admin consent" work for Onedrive?
Still unclear how to resolve this and whitelist Adobe Acrobat on the tenant level, therefore allowing non-admin users to view their OneDrive files in Acrobat Reader DC. Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Document Cloud have been added to Enterprise Applications in Azure.
Is there a way to fix this?