Microsoft 365 support integration with ServiceNow configuration overview
The following content applies to the Microsoft 365 support integration app with a minimum version of 1.0.7.
Microsoft 365 support integration enables you to integrate Microsoft 365 help, support, and service health with your ServiceNow instances. You can research Microsoft known and reported issues, resolve incidents, complete tasks by using Microsoft recommended solutions, and, if necessary, escalate to Microsoft human-assisted support.
For the Microsoft 365 support integration app from the ServiceNow store, go to the ServiceNow Store.
These are the key features you'll get with the Microsoft 365 support integration app in your ServiceNow instance:
Service Health Incidents: Information about known Microsoft service health incidents, including user impact, scope, current status, and next expected update. Using machine learning, ServiceNow incidents are matched to Microsoft service health incidents based on the short description field.
Recommended solutions: Descriptions of tasks and incidents are used to recommend precise targeted solutions and relevant articles from Microsoft powered by machine learning. You can also use Search to find other solutions, if needed.
Microsoft service request: Escalate issues to Microsoft support agents and receive status updates for your case.
To proceed with this guide, make sure that the following permissions are available and configured for your environments during the whole process:
Azure Active Directory (AAD) admin who can create Azure AD Applications
Microsoft 365 tenant admin
To set up Microsoft 365 support integration:
Register applications in Microsoft Azure Active Directory (AAD) for authentication of both outbound and inbound API calls.
Create ServiceNow entities with Microsoft Azure AD Application for both outbound and inbound data flow.
Integrate ServiceNow instance with Microsoft support through the Microsoft 365 admin portal.
Application dependencies in your ServiceNow environments
After the Microsoft 365 Support Integration app has been installed, two Application Cross-Scope accesses are created. If they're not created successfully, create them manually.
Setup the integration
After you've downloaded the app, navigate to the Microsoft 365 setup wizard in your SNOW environment to complete the setup process.
You can learn more about the steps by visiting the following pages:
- If your ServiceNow environment allows Basic Authentication (access with ServiceNow user credential) for inbound webservice calls, then follow instructions in Set up Microsoft 365 support integration with ServiceNow Basic Authentication.
- If your ServiceNow environment does NOT allows Basic Authentication (access with ServiceNow user credential) for inbound webservice calls, then follow instructions in Set up Microsoft 365 support integration with Azure AD Auth Token.
- This configuration will require an SSO tenant in order for the AAD Auth Token to work correctly.
To understand each feature, see Microsoft 365 support integration.
This app is not supported in regulated or restricted environments.
The Microsoft 365 support integration app will occasionally prompt users for feedback about the app. If you don’t want users to be prompted for feedback, turn off this functionality in the app settings. For more information about Microsoft feedback policies, see Learn about Microsoft feedback for your organization. To change the feedback settings, follow the steps in the installation process.
Submit and view feedback for