Migrating Legacy Microsoft Integrations

Transition smoothly from legacy setups to the new Microsoft Cloud Bundle with our step-by-step guide, designed to ensure a secure and efficient setup.


Transitioning from the legacy setup to the new Microsoft Cloud Bundle is straightforward. This guide ensures a seamless migration process, enabling you to enjoy a more secure and efficient setup with granular permission control.

Getting Started

  1. Login: Access your Rewst account and go to the dashboard.

  2. Select Integration: Find the Microsoft Cloud Bundle under Configuration -> Integrations.

  3. Choose Integrations: Select the Microsoft services you wish to integrate.

  4. Configuration: Enter the necessary details to establish a connection.

  5. Review Permissions: Modify permissions as needed for enhanced control.

  6. Authorize: Complete the setup by authorizing the selected integrations.

Legacy Permissions Notice

For users of the legacy setup, it's important to note that the static permissions associated with the legacy App Registration cannot be modified during this transition. Transitioning to the new bundle is highly recommended for continued functionality and security.

Post-Transition Configuration

After migrating, you'll configure each integration according to your needs, including setting up OAuth configurations and mapping CSP customers to Rewst organizations.

  • Use CSP Delegated Admin Permissions: Manage permissions for Cloud Solution Provider integrations, ensuring they align with delegated admin roles.

  • Microsoft Graph OAuth Configuration: Set up OAuth configurations for Microsoft Graph to ensure seamless integration and data access.

  • CSP Customer โ‡ฟ Rewst Organization Mapping: Map CSP customers to Rewst organizations for streamlined management and reporting.

  • Microsoft Exchange Online OAuth Configuration: Configure OAuth for Exchange Online, enabling advanced email and calendar integration functionalities.

Additional Resources

For more detailed information, please refer to the following pages of the legacy integrations:

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