Tag Archives: AzureAD

Creating Microsoft Teams meetings in ASP.NET Core using Microsoft Graph

This article shows how to create Microsoft Teams online meetings in ASP.NET Core using Microsoft Graph. Azure AD is used to implement the authentication using Microsoft.Identity.Web and the authenticated user can create teams meetings and send emails to all participants or attendees of the meeting. Code: https://github.com/damienbod/TeamsAdminUI Setup Azure App registration An Azure App registration […]

Securing ASP.NET Core Razor Pages, Web APIs with Azure B2C external and Azure AD internal identities

This article shows how to implement an ASP.NET Core Razor page to authenticate against Azure B2C and use Web APIs from a second ASP.NET Core application which are also protected using Azure B2C App registrations. Azure B2C uses the signin, signup user flow and allows identities to authenticate using an Azure AD single tenant. Two […]

Azure AD Access Token Lifetime Policy Management in ASP.NET Core

This article shows how the lifespan of access tokens can be set and managed in Azure AD using ASP.NET Core Razor pages with Microsoft Graph API and token lifetime policies. A TokenLifetimePolicy can be created for the whole tenant or used for specific Azure App Registrations. Code: Azure AD Token Management Posts in this series […]

Angular SPA with an ASP.NET Core API using Azure AD Auth and user access tokens

This post shows how to authenticate an Angular SPA application using Azure AD and consume secure data from an ASP.NET Core API which is protected by Azure AD. Azure AD App registrations are used to configure and setup the authentication and authorization. The Angular application uses the OpenID Connect Code flow with PKCE and the […]

Login and use an ASP.NET Core API with Azure AD Auth and user access tokens

In this blog post, Azure AD will be setup and used to authenticate and authorize an ASP.NET core Razor Page application which uses an API from a separate ASP.NET Core MVC project. User access tokens are used to access to API, so that an email can be used in the API. The API is not […]