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Ever since Microsoft created managed identities, people are asking how/if they work for multi-tenant applications. They even spend a faq on it.
In my previous post I wrote that it was possible to use a managed identity to get access tokens for some multi tenant application, if you haven’t seen that post be sure to check it out since this post uses the knowlage from that post to demo the process.
Windows has some cleaver ways to handle SSO in combination with Azure AD. They use this so called Primary Refresh Token. These highly sensitive key materials, are usually stored in the systems TPM (trusted platform module), a hardware device that can protect keys. And are “unlocked” when the user logs in.
A post, by Lee Christensen and the accompanying RequestAADRefreshToken source, inspired me to check out what he had found.
Don’t you like the
await way of asynchronously programming in C#? I can tell you I like them a lot. Recently I came across a case where I wanted to add a timeout to an asynchronous task.
My github repositories, last edited first.