I setup a Service Fabric Cluster on a physical server in my Home Lab. The server that I deployed it to has decent specs as I originally bought it to do work with Azure Stack (more on that later). However, I’ve been working with Service Fabric pretty heavily lately and decided to focus my attention … Continue reading Setting up a Service Fabric Cluster in my Home Lab
I just unboxed my new Samsung HMD Odyssey and got it setup on my home workstation. I needed a new video card just to get started so I went and picked up a graphics card that met the “ULTRA” standards of the Windows Mixed Reality hardware pre-requisites. The one I ended up getting was this … Continue reading First Impressions: HMD Odyssey and Windows Mixed Reality
When you setup an ASP.NET Core web API project and go through the wizard to associate it with an Azure Active Directory tenant it will add the necessary plumbing within your project to get it all working. However, if you are ever in a place where you need to use on-behalf-of flow to obtain another … Continue reading Attaching the Bearer Token to Claims Identity in ASP.NET Core to implement On-Behalf-Of Flow
Application ID ‘c8f9a6ef-a5c6-4d19-993d-2c4ded2b55d6’ is a Web app / API. AADSTS50011: The reply address 'https://localhost:44318/' does not match the reply addresses configured for the application: 'c8f9a6ef-a5c6-4d19-993d-2c4ded2b55d6'. Do not get reply URL confused with home page URL. There is a dedicated place for Reply URLs and you can have more than one!
I have been doing some testing with the Azure Active Directory Graph API and encountered some issues when using my global administrator account to attempt login to one of the application’s I registered within the B2C tenant. In doing so, I discovered something interesting about the Global Administrator accounts within the Azure AD B2C tenant. … Continue reading Azure Active Directory B2C Global Administrator can’t login to B2C tenant app