Implementing Multiple Identities in your .NET Core Web App – Part 2

Last week we got started implementing multiple identities in a .NET Core web app by using Azure AD B2C: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/azuredev/2018/09/03/implementing-multiple-identities-in-your-net-core-web-app-part-1/ We were able to very quickly get going logging in with both social and corporate identities by clicking through guided wizards. However this approach fell short when we decided to support multiple Azure AD tenants…

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Implementing Multiple Identities in your .NET Core Web App – Part 1

Software developers have been dealing with the concept of users in their apps for many years, and many of us have implemented simple schemes for computing a hash of the password and rolling our own mechanisms and identity stores to support this. I don’t think I have seen anyone recommend as a best practice that…

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Using ADFS as an Identity Provider for Azure AD B2C

Using Azure AD B2C with “regular” Azure AD enabled some new and useful scenarios. Let’s take logins further along the same track while we are at it. To not repeat myself I will assume you have at least skimmed through the previous article: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/azuredev/2017/05/30/azure-ad-b2c-kicking-it-up-a-notch-with-support-for-aad-as-idp/ The integration between B2C and AAD is done through the support…

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Azure AD B2C – Kicking it up a notch with support for AAD as IdP

I have mentioned AAD B2C before, and it should be your go-to feature if you want to have users logging in to your apps with their “social” identity. Like all Azure services B2C also evolves, and there happens to be a newly released feature I would like to highlight 🙂 While B2C covers the big…


Microsoft Identities: What’s new

At Build conference, a lot of new features were released. And of course, also in the Microsoft Identity space. This article will provide an overview of all the awesome new features that were covered there. Azure Active Directory v2.0 Endpoint The v2.0 endpoint allows developer to write apps that accept sign in from both Microsoft…

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