Developing an Azure AD B2C multi-tenant application

The ‘regular’ Azure AD has build-in support for multi-tenant applications. In that case, a user from any Azure AD tenant can sign in to an application registered in another tenant. The application can then use the user’s security context to give the user a view of data that is specific to that tenant. The goal…

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Using OAuth2 with SOAP

I started at Microsoft when SOAP was all the rage, before there was such a thing as WCF. So it is with some nostalgia that I tried to combine one of latest technologies: Universal App Platform (UAP) with SOAP using OAuth2 protocol for authentication. One possible application of this approach would be for folks who…

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ServiceBus, Azure AD, OAuth and Shared Access Signature

Most Service Bus examples use symmetric keys directly in applications needing access to the ServiceBus, usually as part of the connection string. That approach does not work so well with widely distributed applications, e.g. desktop or mobile apps. Another important Azure service becomes very useful here: Azure Active Directory. One of the goals of AAD is to provide role and…

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