I was asked to install ‘SpecFlow + Living Doc’ extension, and I have installed it in our organization in Azure DevOps, but our end-user can’t use it.
On the Azure portal - Enterprise application - the permissions are set as default, I decided to choose the option number 4 as per information marked in yellow - assigning users directly to the app
I’ve added one specific person (marked below in yellow, the second one below is my account) to the enterprise application, on this app under 'Users & Groups'.
However, directly assigning the user did not solve his problem and any other users that are trying to use this extension in DevOps. I am the one person that can use it now.
Every time when users try to use an extension in Azure DevOps, they are still being asked to sign in with admin permission via the ‘Sign in with Microsoft’ button;
and each time they get a message, that they need admin approval.
Please help with what should do more, is 'Grant admin consent for Organization' required in this case under 'Permission' - 'Admin consent'?
Or maybe is there any other option to allow specific users to use the extension? If so, what kind of access and privileges and where do I need to grant to allow specific users to use it?
This should be accessible for an entire specific project.
I need to make this work at least for some users, but the best would be to make it work for some AAD group.
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