api call in graph-explorer for "https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/me/onlineMeetings" failed with Forbidden - 403

JUSTIN Z 21 Reputation points

I am using Azure free subscription for this POC.

  1. an application is registered to have api permissions: delegated, OnlineMeetings.ReadWrite
  2. the permission also was admin consented
  3. went to graph-explorer and signed in as the same user in step1.
  4. Selected Post method for "https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/me/onlineMeetings", filled in body with
    "startDateTime": "2021-08-30T14:30:34.2444915-07:00",
    "endDateTime": "2021-08-30T15:00:34.2464912-07:00",
    "subject": "User Token Meeting"
  5. checked the Modify permissions (Preview) tab to see the permission was consented, also copy and decode the access token to see the onlineMeetings.ReadWrite was in the scp.
  6. sun query and get this Forbidden 403 error:
    "error": {
    "code": "Forbidden",
    "message": "An error has occurred.",
    "innerError": {
    "date": "2021-08-27T16:12:54",
    "request-id": "4e0d5c2e-4181-4eff-9848-30383555aebc",
    "client-request-id": "eee9d203-fb74-1320-798e-6a97eacd3fcb"

I googled a quite bit, and I seems did every thing right. need help here.

does azure free subscription support onlineMeetings ?


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  1. CarlZhao-MSFT 39,021 Reputation points

    In my experience, creating onlineMeetings does not require a subscription or a license. Based on your error, I think you may be using a personal Microsoft account.

    Check the documentation the above API call create onlinemeeting is not supported with personal Microsoft account in delegated scenario( /me context), hence you're getting the error. Test it with your azure ad work/school account.

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