Configure Connectors like SharePoint, Dropbox and Azure Blob Storage to perform various actions on files and folders from within Dynamics 365 CRM

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To start using Attach2Dynamics, you have to configure Connectors and Entity Configuration Entity.

Below are the steps for the same:

Configure Connectors

Steps to configure the Connectors – SharePoint, Dropbox and Azure Blob Storage.

Navigate to Attach2Dynamics and then click Connectors Next, click New to create a new Connector.

Configure Connectors

Configuring SharePoint Connector

  • Connector Type: Choose SharePoint from the drop-down.

  • SharePoint Site: This is valid only for SharePoint. It is the location of SharePoint, where files and folders will be stored. Select the valid SharePoint site here. This field is not visible for Dropbox and Azure Blob Storage.

  • Auth-Type: You can select the value ‘App’ or ‘Credential’ here. This indicates whether Authentication with the connector is done through App or Credential.

For SharePoint both App and Credential are supported.

For Dropbox only App is valid.

For Azure Blob Storage only Credential is valid.

  • Credentials: It is mandatory to enter credentials in order to create a new Connector. Enter value for Id and Password/Secret. Next authenticate the credentials.


The Id/Password origin differs for SharePoint, Dropbox and Azure Blob Storage.

  • Id and Password for SharePoint: In the Id/Password field enter your username and in password enter password. It can be your normal Dynamics 365 CRM credentials.
  • Id and Password/Secret for Dropbox: Enter your ‘Developer’ App Key and App secret for the app you are developing.
  • Id and Password for Azure Blob Storage: Enter your Storage Account Name and Access Key as password.

Configuring Dropbox Connector

To get the Id/Secret for Dropbox follow the below steps:

Go to and enter your login credentials for Dropbox. After you are logged in you will land on the ‘Home Page.’ At the bottom right corner of the screen click on the ‘Points of Ellipsis (the three dots)’ and then select Developers from the view.

Configure Connectors

Now, click on My apps on the list.

Configure Connectors

If you have already created an app click on the ‘app icon,’ you will be redirected to the App’s home page. Scroll down and you will you will find App Key and App Secret.

If you don’t have an app Click on Create App. From Choose an API click on the Dropbox API button.

Configure Connectors

In Choose the type of access you need to Select Full Dropbox.

Configure Connectors

Name your app – Here enter the name of the app you are going to create. Check ‘agree to terms’ and click on the Create App button. After clicking on the Create App button, you will be redirected to the home page of the created app. Select your App Key and App Secret from here.

Enter these credentials in the ‘New Connector’ Credentials. After you enter the Password/Secret (Dropbox App Secret) it immediately gets encrypted as shown below.


The Redirect URL in connector page needs to be added in the Dropbox App as in below Screenshot.

This URL is mentioned on the Connector entity.

Copy this URL and paste it in the App on Dropbox as shown below



After entering the link click on “Add.” This step must not be skipped.

Configuring Azure Blob Storage Connector

To get Storage Account Name & Access Key for Azure Blob Storage, follow the below steps:

Open URL: and enter your Microsoft Azure Credentials

Next go to storage account section.

Select your storage account and open it, look for Access Keys (as shown in the below screenshot), get the Storage account name and Key from it.

Create a new Connector and select Azure Blob Storage.

Now add the Storage Account Name and Access Key. Next authenticate the credentials. Your connector is now ready to function.

Additional Settings:

a. Set file size limit for attachments – Maximum file upload size can be 50 MB.

b. Set blocked file extensions for attachment – This contains the list of file extensions (semicolon separated) which the Connector won’t be able to upload on Cloud. You can enter it as per your preference.

e.g., txt;docx

Click on save and the ‘New Connector’ is created with a form notification as “Kindly Authenticate the connector.”

After the Connector is Authenticated, Entity Configuration record should be created.

It is mandatory to Configure Connector on which you want to manage documents. Say you want to Drag and Drop files records of Account Entity in Dropbox, there are two necessities for it:

a. You must have DropBox configured.

b. Entity Configuration must be done for Account Entity.

As we have just covered how to configure Connectors, we will now configure Entity Configuration in our next blog.

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