Microsoft Teams

Integrating your Arnica tenant with Microsoft Teams will require an MS Teams Admin.

To integrate, the admin should first configure the Arnica application for the MS Teams org, then connect the org with Arnica.

Configuring the MS Teams Arnica App

  1. Log into as an admin and navigate to the Teams apps -> Manage apps page.

  1. Search the โ€œArnicaโ€ app and select it

  1. You will see a list of required permissions. Accept the application's permissions to enable the App.

  2. To ensure that all users can access and install the app, toggle the User Access to Allowed. (As seen in image from step 2)

  3. Navigate to Teams apps -> Setup policies in the left hand menu

  4. Here the admin can install Arnica org-wide or group-wide. Optionally, you can pin the Arnica app icon for quick access. This can be done for all users or for a designated group of users.

  1. Once added to an organization or a group, Arnica app will be installed automatically on MS Teams for each user. This process can take up to several days. Alternatively, users can manually install Arnica from the MS Teamsโ€™ app store.

Connecting your Arnica Tenant to the MS Teams app

  1. Once the Arnica app is installed, you should receive a notification that you need to connect your app to your account. Your message should have a โ€œConnect with Arnicaโ€ button in the message. Click the โ€œConnect with Arnicaโ€ button to complete the integration.

  1. After your MS Teams organization is integrated the with Arnica, you will see a similar message but without a choice to connect. This welcome message will be visible to all additional users of your org who open the app.

The โ€œHelpโ€ command can be used at any time within the Arnica app to see a list of commands that Arnica can respond to.

To begin receiving alerts within MS Teams, a secrets detection or code risks policy must be created within Arnica.

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