Azure – Connect to Key Vault from .Net Core application using Managed Identity – Part 4 – Exploring Managed Identity and Demo

Last article in the series, but very important one 🙂 as perspective Azure development. Please read once. Azure – Connect to Key Vault from .Net Core application using Managed Identity – Part 4 – Exploring Managed Identity and Demo

Azure – Connect to Key Vault from .Net Core application using Managed Identity – Part 3 – Publishing / Deploying .Net core console application as a Azure WebJob and Schedule it

This is the series of articles for using Managed Identity, in this article we will discuss how to create simple .NET Core console application to deploy / publish it as Azure WebJob in Azure.

Azure – Connect to Key Vault from .Net Core application using Managed Identity – Part1 – Introduction to Azure Key Vault

In our project we have scenario to use certificate and Azure app key secret. We are storing certificate and Azure key secret to Azure key vault. So in this first article in series of article we will discuss what is Azure Key vault, how to create Key vault from Azure portal, Best practices to use Key vault.

Cloud Security – Azure Active Directory authentication – Configuring Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) with Conditional Access – Part 4

Azure Conditional Access

In this article we will discuss about Azure Conditional Access. We will discuss - What is Conditional Access? License requirement for Conditional Access How to configure Conditional Access Policies for Multi-Factor authentication with example? Deleting Conditional Access Policy

Microsoft Teams : “Failed to create the plan” error while adding Planner to Teams which are created using Graph APIs

Failed to add planner in Teams

In this article we will discuss the issue while adding Planner to Teams which are created using Microsoft Graph. When we create the Teams using Microsoft Graph APIs we can not add the Planner - "Failed to create the plan". We are also discussing the solution for this issue.

Azure – Azure AD – resolving error – Microsoft.IdentityModel.Clients.ActiveDirectory.AdalServiceException: AADSTS7000218: The request body must contain the following parameter: ‘client_assertion’ or ‘client_secret’

Azure – Azure App Registration – Default setting for – Default client type

Today new issue and solution. We resolved following exception : Microsoft.IdentityModel.Clients.ActiveDirectory.AdalServiceException: AADSTS7000218: The request body must contain the following parameter: 'client_assertion' or 'client_secret'