Under "Administration" > "Authentication", you can find the button "Create authentication provider" in the top right-hand corner:
- Name: Freely selectable – for recognition purposes, we recommend "M365" / "Microsoft 365"
- Type: OpenID Connect
- Default setting: Microsoft 365 + Integrations
You now need to generate the last two fields, "Client ID" and "Client Secret", from your Microsoft account.
In Microsoft Azure
Under "App Registration", you’ll find the button "+ New registration":
Here, copy the "Application ID (Client)" and paste this into the field "Client ID" in COYO.
Here, too, you’re free to choose a name.
You can set the validity to "Never" as the connection exists for as long as you hold the license for COYO or the license for M365.
In the lower area shown in blue, the "redirect URL" is now created.
Please copy this and paste it under "redirect URL" in your Azure account (see screenshot above).Don’t forget to
Make Microsoft 365 available to users
You’ve now connected COYO to Microsoft 365 and put in place all of the technical requirements. To allow the users to be able to use the Microsoft 365 functions, you need to select "Office 365" as active integration and grant your users the permission "Activate Microsoft 365", which you can find in your roles under "User administration". Only then can they use the features.
Integrated Microsoft 365 applications
- Edit Office documents in COYO
- Synchronize events with the Outlook calendar (from V20)
- Quick access to Microsoft 365 apps via the launchpad (from V20)
- Attach files to posts from SharePoint Online (from V21)
- Find SharePoint Online files via the COYO search (from V22)