Intro

In order to display Office 365 Secure Score on the vCIO Dashboard and QBR report, Azure App Registration must to be created. This step takes only 5 minutes to complete.

Note: this process must be completed for each client you would like to pull Secure Score for. In the future, we will be adding the option to pull it for all clients via the Partner Portal.

Azure configuration

Sign in to Azure and navigate to Azure Active Directory -> App Registration

Create a new registration with the following settings

Under Certificates and Secrets, generate new client secret and under Expiration select 24 months. (Note: you will need to renew it after 24 month)

Save the client secret value (not Secret ID) now as it’s displayed only once and is needed later on.

Under App Permissions click Add a Permission and select Microsoft Graph

Create these two Delegated permissions and one Application permission

After all 3 permissions are listed, click Grant Admin Consent

and make the status turns to green

Narmada Configuration

Go to Integrations -> Office 365Secure Score and create a new connection

Select client from the drop down and then copy Application (Client) and Directory (Tenant) ID from the App Registration Overview page as well as the Secret Value saved before.

MAKE SURE YOU ENTER THE SECRET AND NOT THE VALUE

Save the configuration and you should see the score under O365 integration

as well as on the vCIO Dashboard and Reports

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