Enter a name for your app, choose account type Accounts in any organizational directory (Any Azure AD directory - Multitenant) and personal Microsoft accounts (e.g. Skype, Xbox), select Web in Redirect URI, then type (do not copy and paste) http://localhost:53682/ and click Register. Copy and keep the Application (client) ID under the app name for later use.
Accounts in any organizational directory (Any Azure AD directory - Multitenant) and personal Microsoft accounts (e.g. Skype, Xbox)
Updated rule is Starting November 9th, 2020 end users will no longer be able to grant consent to newly registered multitenant apps without verified publishers.
And/but you can choose between ...
**1||**Accounts in this organizational directory only (MSSVST only - Single tenant)|
**2||**Accounts in any organizational directory (Any Azure AD directory - Multitenant)|
(1) Doesn't work.
Edit: I'm exploring something really crazy ... I'll be back soon. I have to see if I am right.
Really funny,... what I thought of and wanted to try (I'm not sure, it did not work for me, but there are more possibilities based on that). So I will not try to explain it again, I have copied one part of thestigma explaination .
So what was the problem? Well - it was ironically exactly what the error said, an API rate-limit .
The thing is, I had separate Oauth client IDs on several unrelated disks, so I was sure this was not an issue to even look into... but there was something I didn't realize until now: Oauth client IDs created inside of the same project apparently share quota - or at least share some form of burst quota. The solution was simply to recreate Oauth client IDs, each in their separate projects . I did this one by one with stress-testing in between and it was really obvious that the separate-project IDs had way more API quota at their disposal. Not only did they finish heavy list operations much much faster, but unlike the other drives they didn't get a lot of 403 rate-limit errors in their logs. As I moved more drives to separate-project IDs the pressure lessened on the remainder and I saw them speed up and get less errors.
Maybe anybody had the same situation? I can't belive that it me who has the only issue.