‎Give permission to an application token to schedule on a user's behalf‎

Aishwarye Chauhan 6 Reputation points

Our App is trying to use the Graph API ( /beta ) to schedule an OnlineMeeting using the application token on behalf of a user. Right now we have to run a Powershell script to provide the application access to the user's OnlineMeeting resource. Anytime a new user is added, we need to re-run the script ( Note: Our clients are the ones that have to run the script since they have the admin rights to their tenant ). We are looking for a better solution to solve this issue. We tried to Grant the policy to a group ( instead of a user ) to allow the app ID contained in the policy to access online meetings on behalf of the granted group but it doesn't work. Any help will be appreciated.

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  1. Deva-MSFT 2,256 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    Please note that if you're using creating/scheduling onlinemeeting then it supports only Delegated permission and not application permission; refer the documentation.

    Being said that if you wish the above feature should be considered to be implemented, then you can file a Microsoft Uservoice.