Enabling Permission for Endpoint Manager Actions

Modified on Wed, 06 Jul 2022 at 02:43 AM

Problem 

 

  1. When opening launching an Endpoint manager action, you receive an error message that requires for permission to be granted.  

 














  1. When I run a Workflow that contains an Endpoint manager action, it always fails. 

 

Solution 

  

The root cause of these two problems is the same: Endpoint manager permissions are not granted to the CoreView app on the Microsoft side. As a result, CoreView cannot perform actions using the Endpoint manager module. This set of permissions is required as Endpoint Manager actions do not use PowerShell cmdlets, it useGraph APIs instead. Graph APIs require a different set of permissions. 


Consent can be provided by opening a private browser session while using an Office 365 account that has Global Admin permissions. Paste the following URL into the browser's address bar and then press enter.  

 

 

Please contact support@coreview.com for further assistance. 

 

 

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