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ON SPO, Tenant Administrator can create a developer site collection from Office 365 admin center if you have Plan E1 or E3. You need the Site collection admin rights on developer site collection. read this for more info : http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/fp179924(v=office.15).aspx


On the SharePoint side, no. In a Provider-hosted app, it is the responsibility of the remote web to authenticate the user and pass that identity to SharePoint as part of the token. If you have trusted the app to make app-only calls, then you have to trust the app. :)


App Part A component of an app for SharePoint that can be embedded on a site page to expose the functionality of the app.With app parts, you can show your app user experience (UX) right in the host web. An app part displays your app content using an IFrame. End users can customize the experience using the custom properties that you can provide for your app ...


I m assuming what you trying to achieve here is - Office 365 + App in Azure Websites If so there is few steps that you need to follow before you can successfully deploy Provider Hosted App - Make sure you have "Apps for Office and SharePoint Toolkit" installed in your project, use nuget package manager for it. Then follow this blog ...


Based on your snippet, it appears that you are writing Javascript. If so, then the browser will automatically handle the 401 response and pass the auth token of the current user on your behalf. If you attempting to use App Only policy, then you will need to do so in a provider-hosted app, and your app will need to use the pre-configured AppId (ClientID) and ...


Well i don't think this is a good idea. You are asking to start a exe from workflow. This is against security. This questions has been asked earlier with a nice answer. Have a look at it. Click here However you could start a PowerShell Script using workflow and in that PowerShell script you can call your Console app.

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