Sites permissions are valid only on work or school accounts. If you're using user delegated authorization, the user must be a member of the Security Reader or Security Administrator Limited Admin role in Azure AD. Allows the app to read properties of Microsoft Intune-managed device configuration and device compliance policies and their assignment to groups. The Directory.ReadWrite.All permission grants the following privileges: Note: For personal accounts, Files.Read and Files.ReadWrite also grant access to files shared with the signed-in user. Allows the app to read a scored list of people relevant to the signed-in user. Allows an app to read online meeting details on behalf of the signed-in user. Important Allows app to read various terms, sets, and groups in the term store, Allows the app to edit or delete terms, sets, and groups in the term store. This does not allow the app to see secret information like passwords, or to sign-in or otherwise use the authentication methods. Allows the calling app to create groups without a signed-in user. You can use these permissions to specify artifacts that you want returned in Azure AD authorization and token requests. Allow the app to manage itself for all users. Allows the app to have read and write access to Privileged Identity Management APIs for groups. Typical target user is the support staff of an organization. Note that in some cases the ability of the app to perform specific operations will depend on whether a permission is an application or delegated permission. For delegated permissions to allow apps to read service usage reports on behalf of a user, the tenant administrator must have assigned the user an Azure AD limited administrator role. Note:: This also requires User.ReadBasic.All to read the user to add as a member. Allows the app to create, read, update, and delete administrative units and manage administrative unit membership on behalf of the signed-in user. Application registration only defines which permission the application requires - it does not grant these permissions to the application. With the Mail.Send or Mail.Send.Shared permission, an app can send mail and save a copy to the user's Sent Items folder, even if the app does not use a corresponding Mail.ReadWrite or Mail.ReadWrite.Shared permission. Allows the app to read, create, update, and delete all files in all site collections without a signed in user. Allows the app to read the Teams apps that are installed for the signed-in user, and in all teams the user is a member of. Also allows the app to read, update, and delete the user’s notification items for this app. Join group calls and meetings as an app (preview). These contacts are managed by the organization and are different from a user's personal contacts. Microsoft Graph permission names follow a simple pattern: resource.operation.constraint. Does not allow access to print job document content. These contacts are managed by the organization and are different from a user's personal contacts. Read names and members of user chat threads. Search permissions are only valid for work or school accounts. Allows a Teams app to read, install, upgrade, and uninstall itself in any team, without a signed-in user. For example, if a group has a one or more servicePrincipals as members, the app will need effective permissions to read service principals through being granted one of the Directory. Manage app permission grants and app role assignments. Read the names, descriptions, and settings of all channels. Allows the app to read memberships and basic group properties for all groups without a signed-in user. Filtering on guid using OData (Microsoft Graph… Allows the app to read and write the authentication flow policies for the tenant, without a signed in user. Allows the app to read the Teams apps that are installed for any user, without a signed-in user. No rights to delete resources (including users or groups). Allows the app to send mail as users in the organization. Does not include permission to send mail. By default, Microsoft or Office 365 connections use the Office 365 API. If the signed-in user is a guest user, depending on the permissions an app has been granted, it can read the profile of a specific user or group (for example, https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/users/241f22af-f634-44c0-9a15-c8cd2cea5531); however, it cannot perform queries against the /users or /groups resource set that potentially return more than a single resource. Currently Microsoft Graph supports the following constraints: Note: In delegated scenarios, the effective permissions granted to your app may be constrained by the privileges of the signed-in user in the organization. Allows the app to read the signed-in user's teamwork activity feed. Permissions in private preview status are not and may never become available to the public. NOTE: Using the Application.ReadWrite.OwnedBy permission to call GET /applications to list applications will fail with a 403. Create channels in any team, without a signed-in user. This feature allows Exchange Online administrators to scope application permissions for Microsoft Graph to allow access to specified mailboxes in their Office 365 tenant. Allows the app to create, read, update, and delete tasks a user has permissions to, including their own and shared tasks. Allows the app to read administrative units and administrative unit membership on behalf of the signed-in user. To remove an application's access to read or write to the directory, customers must also remove any directory roles that were granted to the application. This means that, for the default case, if you specify these permissions explicitly, Azure AD may return an error. Last week, there was a short discussion on Twitter about whether you can call Microsoft Graph from Microsoft Flow with delegated permissions or not, and if so, how? The user must be a member of the Security Reader Limited Admin role in Azure AD (either Security Reader or Security Administrator). Allows the app to list groups, read basic properties, read and update the membership of the groups the signed-in user has access to. Read and update your organization's security actions, Manage threat indicators this app creates or owns. Allows the app to read and write properties of Microsoft Intune-managed device configuration and device compliance policies and their assignment to groups. To use the Universal Print service, the user or app's tenant must have an active Universal Print subscription in addition to the permissions listed earlier. Allows the app to read and write the structure of schools and classes in an organization's roster and education-specific information about users to be read and written on behalf of the user. Does not allow access to print job document content. Allows the app to read and write your organization's trust framework policies without a signed in user. Allows the application to read and update the metadata of print jobs that the signed-in user created. I created an app in Azure AD and gave it all the necessary permissions. Allows the app to read documents and list items in all site collections without a signed in user. Allows the app to create, read, update, and delete the signed-in user's tasks and task lists, including any shared with the user. Allows an app to create, read online meetings on behalf of the signed-in user. Container objects such as groups support members of various types, for example users and devices. Allows the app to update Microsoft Teams channel messages by patching a set of Data Loss Prevention (DLP) policy violation properties to handle the output of DLP processing. This does not allow the app to see secret information like passwords, or to sign-in or otherwise use the authentication methods. For applications that don't use any of the existing libraries, see Get access on behalf of a user. Allows the app to read online meeting details in your organization without a signed-in user. In the left navigation, click API Permissions. Allows the app to read company places (conference rooms and room lists) for calendar events and other applications. Allows the app to create, read, update, and delete user's mailbox settings. Payload is the document data itself (the PDF or XPS file to be printed.). However, if the user also has membership in a directoryRole or an administrativeUnit, the app will need effective permissions to read those resources too, or Microsoft Graph will return an error. For an app with delegated permissions to read identity risk information, the signed-in user must be a member of one of the following administrator roles: Global Administrator, Security Administrator, or Security Reader. Allows the app to read a scored list of people relevant to the signed-in user or other users in the signed-in user's organization. Read and write tabs in any team in Microsoft Teams, without a signed-in user. Group properties and owners cannot be updated and groups cannot be deleted. Read the names, descriptions, and settings of channels. When Directory.ReadWrite.All is granted, the Directory Writers directory role is also granted. This is because the full profile might contain sensitive directory information. You can also specify the email permission, profile permission, or both to return additional claims in the ID token. Manage apps that this app creates or owns. Register your app with the Microsoft identity platform, Administrator role permissions in Azure Active Directory, Assign administrator and non-administrator roles to users with Azure Active Directory, MSAL.framework: Microsoft Authentication Library Preview for iOS, Microsoft Authentication Library for JavaScript Preview, Authenticate using Azure AD and OpenID Connect. Allows the app to read and write terms of use agreements on behalf of the signed-in user. Allows the app to read the properties relating to the Microsoft Intune Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) settings. Allows the app to edit or delete documents and list items in all site collections on behalf of the signed-in user. Allows an app to read and write schedule, schedule groups, shifts, and associated entities in shifts applications on behalf of the signed-in user. Allows the app to read identity user risk information for all users in your organization on behalf of the signed-in user. The managed … Allows the application to read and update the metadata and document content of print jobs that the signed-in user created. That means that you can only get a max of 1000 items in your … Allows an app to read your organization's threat assessment requests on behalf of the signed-in user. Allows the app to read OneNote notebooks that the signed-in user has access to in the organization. Allows the app to perform remote high impact actions such as wiping the device or resetting the passcode on devices managed by Microsoft Intune. These permissions are only valid for work or school accounts. They also exclusively control access to other directory resources like: organizational contacts, schema extension APIs, Privileged Identity Management (PIM) APIs, as well as many of the resources and APIs listed under the Azure Active Directory node in the v1.0 and beta API reference documentation. Personal Microsoft accounts are not supported. This includes: application, oAauth2Permissiongrant, appRoleAssignment, device, servicePrincipal, organization, domains, and so on. Allows the app to read access reviews without a signed-in user. Allows the app to read and write the full set of profile properties, reports, and managers of other users in your organization, on behalf of the signed-in user. To read or write direct reports (directReports) or the manager (manager) of a work or school account, the app must have either User.Read.All (read only) or User.ReadWrite.All. Allows the app to have the same access to information in the directory as the signed-in user. For an app with delegated permissions to write access reviews of an Azure AD role, the signed-in user must be a member of one of the following administrator roles: Global Administrator or Privileged Role Administrator. This does not give access to the content inside the tabs. For more information about groups' preferred data location, see Create a Microsoft 365 group with a specific PDL. Use the search box to find and select the required permissions. Sign in as the user and use the application to access the Microsoft Graph Security API. Security permissions are valid only on work or school accounts. Allows the app to create, read, update, and delete events in user calendars. Does not give the ability to read application-specific settings. Allows the app to join group calls and scheduled meetings in your organization, without a signed-in user. It also needs to show group memberships, be able to update group memberships, (if owner). All other permissions are valid for both Microsoft accounts and work or school accounts. Allows the app to read and write the organization and related resources, on behalf of the signed-in user. Related resources include things like subscribed SKUs and tenant branding information. I would be open to an Azure Active Directory solution if it got the job done but I have been trying to get Microsoft Graph API to work. Allows the app to read all 1:1 or group chat messages in Microsoft Teams, without a signed-in user. After an application is granted permissions, everyone with access to the application (that is, members of the Azure AD tenant) receives the granted permissions. This does not allow the app to see secret information like passwords, or to sign-in or otherwise use the authentication methods. 3. It also allows the app to update the signed-in user's profile information on their behalf. The Application.ReadWrite.OwnedBy permission allows the same operations as Application.ReadWrite.All except that the former allows these operations only on applications and service principals that the calling app is an owner of. Allows the app to read and write authentication methods of all users in your organization that the signed-in user has access to. Allows the app to read and write data in your organization's directory, such as users, and groups, without a signed-in user. AdministrativeUnit.Read.All and AdministrativeUnit.ReadWrite.All are valid only for work or school accounts. Microsoft Graph API Permissions for non-admins? Namespace: microsoft.graph Update the properties of a sharing permission by patching the permission resource. Allows the app to manage permission grants for application permissions to any API (including Microsoft Graph) and application assignments for any app, on behalf of the signed-in user. Read and write Microsoft Intune configuration. To ensure that an application's access to read or write to devices is removed, customers must also remove any related directory roles that were granted to the application. Allows the application to read the metadata and document content of print jobs that the signed-in user created. Read and write the names, descriptions, and settings of all channels, on behalf of the signed-in user. Allows the app to read the full set of profile properties, group membership, reports and managers of other users in your organization, without a signed-in user. Read and write app activity to users' activity feed. The Requested Scopes parameter does NOT affect the permissions contained in the returned authentication tokens. Read and write Privileged Identity Management data for privileged access groups. Allows the app to read identity risk event information for all users in your organization on behalf of the signed-in user. It also allows the app to read basic company information of signed-in users. Looking through the documentation for each of these individually on the Graph website I can't seem to find a way to update permissions on items (add users as collaborators, add users for commenting, only view permissions for users, etc). Allows the app to create, read, update and delete contacts that the user has permissions to, including the user's own and shared contacts. Allows an app to read the members and descriptions of 1:1 and group chats threads, on behalf of the signed-in user. Doesn't include permission to create, delete, or update anything. Read and change all teams' settings, without a signed-in user. Assign this token to the HTTP header as a bearer token, as shown in the following example. AccessReview.Read.All, AccessReview.ReadWrite.All and AccessReview.ReadWrite.Membership are valid only for work or school accounts. To view claims contained in the returned token, use NuGet library System.IdentityModel.Tokens.Jwt. Click Add a permission. Also allows the app to read and write calendar, conversations, files, and other group content for all groups the signed-in user can access. This topic lists the permissions associated with each major set of Microsoft Graph APIs. Allows the application to read and update the metadata of print jobs without a signed-in user. Allows the app to read administrative units and administrative unit membership without a signed-in user. Allows an app to read information protection sensitivity labels and label policy settings, on behalf of the signed-in user. Allows an app to read all service usage reports on behalf of the signed-in user. Read and write basic information for print jobs. Allows the app to read your organization’s security events. Allows the application to read and write authentication methods of all users in your organization, without a signed-in user. (Preview) Allows the app to read, create, update, and delete files in the application's folder. 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