This blog post is part of a series of blogs designed to help a business understand the interaction between Dynamics GP and Power BI, how to setup Power BI with Dynamics GP and what some of the options are for this functionality. This write up was done using Dynamics GP 2018.
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How to delete APP registrations
While visiting portal.azure.com to view the app registrations associated with your account, you may have noticed that the delete button is grayed out…
During my setup and testing, I created many app registrations and it was time for me to clean them up…. but how? It’s actually simple… once you can figure it out.
Step 1: Visit portal.azure.com and Navigate to the app registrations – this blog explains how to do this. Click Here.
As you can see below, my list is a bit messy… that’s ok, let’s clean them up.
Note the arrow pointing to ALL APPS – this drives me crazy. The default is MY APPS and that shows no registrations… you have to switch it in order for it to show the apps registered using the process outlines in previous blogs in this series.
Step 2: Open up the Registration Blade
This step is easy… just click on the registration you want to remove.
Step 3: Open up the Manifest Blade
The screen shot below is the Registration Blade with the Manifest Option. Notice how delete is grayed out…
Step 4: Edit Manifest Syntax
With the Manifest blade open, click on Edit, then find the “availableToOtherTenants” line… the value will need to be changed to false
Change the value from True to false, then Hit Save.
Step 5: Delete the App Registration
After saving the manifest blade, you can close it to go back to the App registration blade. Notice now the Delete button is available… simple click delete and you have now removed the app registrations.
I know… that was easy… but it wasn’t so easy to figure it out… hopefully this helps you!
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Microsoft MVP, Business Solutions