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KanBo and Microsoft Power Automate integration: Installation

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Prepare and upload the certificate to KanBo

1. Create the certificate pair using this guide.

2. Open Azure portal. Make sure your Web App is at least on the Basic plan.


3. Go to TLS/SSL Bindings and go to Private Key Certificates (.pfx) Select Upload certificate.

4. Provide the password and Upload it.

5. Copy the certificate's thumbprint.

6. Open Configuration and add a new Application Setting.

7. The setting's name should be WEBSITE_LOAD_CERTIFICATES. The value should be the Thumbprint of certificate. Save it.

Configuration

1. Open KanBo web.config. 

- go to https://your-kanbo-address.scm.azurewebsites.net/DebugConsole/?shell=powershell

- then go to site -> wwwroot -> web.config and start its edition.

2. Add the following fine before </plugins> section.

<auth.oauth issuer="">
  <cert type="x509-store" 
store-name="my" 
store-location="currentuser" 
key="thumbprint" value="" 
valid-only="false" />

<client id="" 
secret="" 
url="" 
name="" />
    
</auth.oauth>
    <plugin alias="trigger.worker" />
        <trigger-action.webhook />

3. Paste your information inside sections:

Issuer="" - add a unique name between quotation marks,

value="" - add certificate's thumbprint between quotation marks,

Save the web.config.

4. Go back to KanBo directory and open the Extensions folder.

Make sure to have the following files here:

- KanBo.Oauth.dll

- Trigger.dll

- KanBo.Trigger.Webhook.dll

Add files there if necessary and restart KanBo application.

If anything is missing, contact KanBo support at [email protected]

Getting the credentials

1. Open the following link in your browser: https://powerautomate.authkanbo.com/kanbo/new-target?url=your-kanbo-url&iss=your-issuer-name

Change your-kanbo-url to valid KanBo address.

Change your-issuer-name to name of your issuer from the config.

You should receive an output like this:

Add the following to target KanBo's web.config:
<client id="e2xxxxxxxxxxdf" 
secret="KjxxxxxxxsU=" 
url="https://powerautomate.authkanbo.com/kanbo/return" 
name="powerautomate.authkanbo.com">

Add the following to Targets array:
    {
      "keys": [
        "kanxxxxxxxbo.com"
      ],
      "urls": {
        "authorization": "kanxxxxxxxbo.com/auth/flowsh/code",
        "access": "kanxxxxxxxbo.com/auth/flowsh/token",
        "refresh": "kanxxxxxxxbo.com/auth/flowsh/token"
      },
      "kanboApi": "https://kanboshowroom.onkanbo.com/JsonApi",
      "id": "e2xxxxxdf",
      "secret": "mOxxxxx0d"
    }</client>

2. Open web.config and replace the entry (starting from <client id... to name=""/>) with data you received in the output.

3. Send the data under "Add the following to Targets array:" to [email protected] and kindly wait until they confirm that the entry has been added.

4. Now you can start configuring Power Automate for you using this guide.

This article is related to:

1. KanBo and Microsoft Power Automate integration: Triggers and Actions

2. KanBo and Microsoft Power Automate integration: Updating the component


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