AzureADSamples on GitHub - Unauthorized Error on Published App (NativeClient-DotNet Sample)

I’ve been working through some of the AzureAD samples that are out on GitHub to try to get acquainted with how all this stuff works (i.e. Azure AD, ADAL, OpenID Connect).  I was having some problems getting the sample service code running on my machine so I decided to just publish the service to Azure…

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Declaring LightSwitch Azure Tools Certificate Bankruptcy

We have seen some forum posts very recently where folks aren’t able to publish to Azure because of an error like this: In response to this I have been messing around with things this afternoon and I think I have come up with a set of steps to get users out of this mess.  The…

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Publish LightSwitch 2013 Preview Applications to Windows Azure Web Sites (without the Azure SDK)

We recently announced the preview release of Visual Studio 2013 and as we noted in the LightSwitch release notes, “Publishing to Azure requires a newer version of Azure SDK, which is not yet released to the public. You can’t reliably publish to Azure until the SDK is available. We will announce the availability on the…

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How to Run a LightSwitch App in Azure without HTTPS (V3 Apps Only)

  IMPORTANT:  We recommend that you use HTTPS for applications deployed in production and that the approach outlined below only be used for testing purposes.  I will work on getting something posted about SSL Certificates and LightSwitch apps, as I am not finding anything straight-forward with a quick search.   Currently when you go down…

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Declaring LightSwitch Publish Wizard Bankruptcy

Sometimes if you attempt to publish the same LightSwitch project to different targets (e.g. first publishing to IIS then publishing to Azure) you can get some weird errors in the publish wizard.  If you have switched your publish targets or if you have manually updated/removed settings from your .lsproj or .lsproj.user file, you can do…

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