How to add your tenant?
Dathena needs an application registered in your tenant in Azure Portal. To do so, you need to log in as a Global Administrator, an Application Manager, or a Cloud Application Manager.
a. In Dathena, in the “Tenant Management” page, download the certificate.
b. In your Azure Portal, go to the App Registrations Service.
c. Click on “New Registration”, fill up the fields with below information and click on “Register”:
a. In the Azure Portal, go to “API Permissions”.
b. Click on “Add a permission” and add the following permissions.
If you’re activating External File Sharing Management, the following permission is also required:
If you’re activating Augmented Data Protection product, the following permissions are also required:
Smart License Management and User Risk Assessment do not require extra permissions.
c. Click on “Grant Admin Consent for [your tenant name]” and accept the message
a. In the Azure Portal, go to “Certificates & secrets”.
b. Click on “Upload certificate” and upload the certificate you downloaded earlier. The certificate should be downloaded from the “Tenant Management” page in Dathena.
In Dathena, in “Tenant Management”, fill up the fields with below information:
SharePoint domain name. Go to your SharePoint and identify the domain name in your SharePoint URL (https://domain.sharepoint.com). You can access SharePoint from office.com and click on the SharePoint icon.
Application (Client) ID and Directory (Tenant) ID. Find this information in the “Overview” page of the Azure Portal.
Once the steps completed, click on “Start Analysis”. The analysis will start and can take up to 48 hours. You will get notified when the process is done.
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