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  1. […] Updating Microsoft Account Logins in ASP.NET Core with OpenID Connect and Azure Active Directory […]

  2. > but select_account is not supported in the AAD implementation

    What do you mean? I’m using it in my apps, it works fine

    1. Hi Thomas

      Thanks for the feedback, then the docs are old:

      https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/develop/v1-protocols-openid-connect-code#send-the-sign-in-request

      I’ll update, thanks

      Greetings Damien

  3. […] Updating Microsoft Account Logins in ASP.NET Core with OpenID Connect and Azure Active Directory (Damien Bowden) […]

  4. […] Updating Microsoft Account Logins in ASP.NET Core with OpenID Connect and Azure Active Directory – Damien Bowden […]

  5. Evening,
    Im trying to setup this in a .Net Core 3.1 environment but i seem to have problem with the CallBack URL. I get an 404 response but expected is that the Web App should handle the callback according to the schema. Any tips what might be wrong here?

  6. annix83 · · Reply

    I have some issues with the callback URL. I get 404 when its called and its not handled by the web app as expected. What have i missed?

    1. The ‘options.CallbackPath = “/signin-microsoft”; ‘ needs to match what you have configured on the APP registration

      Greetings Damien

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