In my previous blog, I explained how to create an Azure Function and consume it in PowerApps using custom connector but it was not secured (anonymous) and anyone can access this API using function URL. In this blog we will see how to secure Azure Function API and register PowerApps custom connector in Azure Active Directory.
Below steps will be covered as part of this blog:
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- Microsoft Dynamics Consultant with 7 years of experience in Microsoft .NET technologies. Proficient and well versed with Dynamics 365 configurations, customization and extensions as my primary skills. Well experienced in .NET tools and technologies including ASP.NET, ADO.NET, WCF, C#, SQL Server. Have extensive experience with data migration projects using SSIS, data reporting using SSRS and Power BI
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