• • • • • This topic shows you how to configure Azure App Service to use Microsoft Account as an authentication provider. Comodo Browsers more. Register your app with Microsoft Account • Log on to the, and navigate to your application. Copy your URL, which later you use to configure your app with Microsoft Account. • Navigate to the page in the Microsoft Account Developer Center, and log on with your Microsoft account, if required. • Click Add an app, then type an application name, and click Create. • Make a note of the Application ID, as you will need it later.
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• Under 'Platforms,' click Add Platform and select 'Web'. • Under 'Redirect URIs' supply the endpoint for your application, then click Save. Important The password is an important security credential. Do not share the password with anyone or distribute it within a client application. Add Microsoft Account information to your App Service application • Back in the, navigate to your application, click Settings >Authentication / Authorization. • If the Authentication / Authorization feature is not enabled, switch it On. • Click Microsoft Account.
Paste in the Application ID and Password values which you obtained previously, and optionally enable any scopes your application requires. Then click OK. By default, App Service provides authentication but does not restrict authorized access to your site content and APIs. You must authorize users in your app code. • (Optional) To restrict access to your site to only users authenticated by Microsoft account, set Action to take when request is not authenticated to Microsoft Account.
This requires that all requests be authenticated, and all unauthenticated requests are redirected to Microsoft account for authentication. • Click Save. You are now ready to use Microsoft Account for authentication in your app. Related content • • Add authentication to your Mobile App:,,,,,, Learn how to add App Service authenication to your mobile app.
List of enlightened Microsoft apps for use with Windows Information Protection (WIP) • • 3 minutes to read • Contributors • In this article Applies to: • Windows 10, version 1607 and later • Windows 10 Mobile, version 1607 and later Learn the difference between enlightened and unenlightened apps, and then review the list of enlightened apps provided by Microsoft along with the text you will need to use to add them to your allowed apps list. Enlightened versus unenlightened apps Apps can be enlightened or unenlightened: • Enlightened apps can differentiate between corporate and personal data, correctly determining which to protect, based on your policies. • Unenlightened apps consider all data corporate and encrypt everything.
Typically, you can tell an unenlightened app because: • Windows Desktop shows it as always running in enterprise mode. • Windows Save As experiences only allow you to save your files as enterprise. • WIP-work only apps are unenlightened line-of-business apps that have been tested and deemed safe for use in an enterprise with WIP and Mobile App Management (MAM) solutions.