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Smart Links, OneDrive integration and approval

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Oct 27, 2023


We are trying to use smartlinks with Office Document stored on OneDrive and Sharepoint.

We are using Azure Ad as identity provider and when trying to add an embed link to One Drive, we are asked to approve some additionnal access for

Our current applications using Admin Consent on AD side.
This is working for each of the other application existing in our landscape.

But it seems that on Atlassian side, there is no otherwas than having single User Consent, and our policy doesn't allow us to have users validating them self this kind of app.

Do you face the problem? 
Do you have any workaournd to activate Admin Consent on the atlassian links application ?

Thanks a lot for your feedbaks,


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Aaron Geister
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Oct 27, 2023


Hope all is well. This is because any smart link coming from another system has to follow permission of that system. So if the user of the document doesn’t have access to view then Atlassian won’t show it. It does this for Google, Microsoft, and Dropbox. 
If I am not mistaken you can authorize self authentication per application from Azure. I know you can do this for Google for sure. I would check with your Azure admin. 



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