Make Files.ReadWrite.AppFolder work with OneDrive for Business Accounts
Our app requires the ability to insert files into users' OneDrive accounts. Currently it only works for personal OneDrive accounts and that prevents us from using this functionality at all.
This has forced us to ask for more powerful permissions than we need.
VERY MUCH NEEDED
Having fine-grained permissions is very valuable, as it builds trust and confidence in both enterprise users and app developers. We have an app that integrates with OneDrive and we find the AppFolder really useful, but wanting full OneDrive access from our enterprise clients is pretty much unacceptable.
Vincent Prime commented
This would be an important change for the security of our clients.
We really need this for our enterprise clients. This is such a critical feature to be missing.
I'd like to see this feature too.
It would be super useful to use it to store some persistent app user data. Currently I'm developing a simple app for internal use and there is a lot conservative people who don't want to give a consent for all OneDrive folder.
It would be nice to see it with this feature
This is bizarre that this hasn't been addressed. You have enterprise app integrations (such as Zapier) being given permission to all of a users corporate data just because Microsoft has been too slow and lazy to resolve the issue.
When there's a major breach and this was the attack vector there will be blood on your hands.
Is this feature taken forward? We also need it!
I would also like this added please
why is the voting for this issue closed? Does this mean that it won't be fixed?