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NetVault Plug-in for Microsoft 365 13.1 - User Guide

Installing or upgrading the plug-in

The following topic describes the process for installing the plug-in on a single client or upgrading an existing one. If you have multiple clients of the same type, you can use the NetVault Configuration Wizard to install the plug-in on multiple clients at the same time. For more information on using push installation to update multiple clients at the same time, see the Quest NetVault Administrator’s Guide.

On the Manage Clients page, select the applicable client in the table, and click Manage.
On the View Client page, click .
Navigate to the location of the “.npk” installation file for the plug-in, for example, on the installation CD or the directory to which the file was downloaded from the website.
Select the file entitled “not-x-x-x-x-x.npk,” where xxxxx represents the version number and platform, and click Open.

Removing the plug-in

On the Manage Clients page, select the applicable client, and click Manage.
In the Installed Software table on the View Client page, select the applicable plug-in, and click .
In the Confirm dialog box, click Remove.

Configuring the plug-in

Using the Microsoft 365 admin portal to obtain configuration details

Before initiating a backup, you must obtain configuration information from your Microsoft 365 admin portal, and enter the information in the configuration section for the plug-in.

In the navigation pane on the left, click Admin centers, and then select Azure Active Directory from the list.
In the Azure Active Directory admin center, under All services, click Azure Active Directory.
In the MANAGE section, click App registrations, and then click New registration.
Name: Enter a name for the NetVault plug-in, such as PluginOffice365.
Application type: From the list, select Web app/API.
Redirect URL: Enter the URL that you use for interacting with NetVault, such as https://<machineName>:8443.
Click Register, and note the Application ID listed on the page that appears.
In the MANAGE section, click App registrations again, click Registered app, and click Authentication.
In the Supported account types section, select the Accounts in any organizational directory (Any Azure AD directory - Multitenant) option if it is not already selected.
In the Advanced settings section, select Yes to enable the Treat application as a public client option.
In the Manage section, click API permissions.
In API permissions, click Add a permission.
Select an API: To use this method, select Microsoft Graph, and then click Select.
Select permissions: To use this option, complete the following steps:
Select Application Permissions, and then select the following items:
Select Delegated Permissions, and then select the following items:
Click Add permissions.
To assign permissions to the Plug‑in for Microsoft 365 after the plug-in is configured, click Grant permissions on the Required permissions tab, and click Yes when the confirmation message appears.
On the Manage tab, in the Certificates & secrets section, click New client secret to create passwords for the plug-in to use.
Enter a description, select an expiration date, click Add, and note the information in the VALUE box.
To identify the domain name used for Microsoft 365, click Azure Active Directory again in the navigation pane on the left.
Click Overview, and note the domain name.
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