Connect NetDocuments to Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps
Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps is now part of Microsoft Defender XDR, which correlates signals from across the Microsoft Defender suite and provides incident-level detection, investigation, and powerful response capabilities. For more information, see Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps in Microsoft Defender XDR.
This article provides instructions for connecting Microsoft Defender for Cloud Apps to your existing NetDocuments using the App Connector APIs. This connection gives you visibility into and control over your organization's NetDocuments use.
- The NetDocuments user used for logging into NetDocuments must be a Full NetDocuments Repository Admin user.
How to connect NetDocuments to Defender for Cloud Apps
Sign in to your NetDocuments account with a Full NetDocuments Repository Admin user.
Enter the admin portal from the top-right corner.
Enter the Information and Settings section from the top-left corner.
In this page, you can find your repository ID. Copy and save it. You'll need it later.
Record the URL of your account (it should be one of URLs in the following list). You'll need this information later.
Location URL United Kingdom https://eu.netdocuments.com Australia https://au.netdocuments.com Germany https://de.netdocuments.com United States or any other location https://vault.netvoyage.com
Configure Defender for Cloud Apps
In the Microsoft Defender Portal, select Settings. Then choose Cloud Apps. Under Connected apps, select App Connectors.
In the App connectors page, select +Connect an app, followed by NetDocuments.
In the next window, give the connector a descriptive name, and press Next.
In the Enter details screen, enter the following fields:
- Repository ID: the app repository ID that you saved.
- Application URL: the URL that you saved.
Select Connect NetDocuments.
In the Microsoft Defender Portal, select Settings. Then choose Cloud Apps. Under Connected apps, select App Connectors. Make sure the status of the connected App Connector is Connected.
- Login/Logouts activities are not supported by NetDocuments.
The default rate limit is 100,000 requests per minute.
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