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Developing Applications with Azure Active Directory: Principles of Authentication and Authorization for Architects and Developers by Mohit Garg, Manas Mayank

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© Manas Mayank and Mohit Garg 2019
M. Mayank, M. GargDeveloping Applications with Azure Active Directoryhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-5040-2_7

7. Authenticating External Users

Manas Mayank1  and Mohit Garg1
(1)
Hyderabad, India
 

In previous chapters, we discussed how a user can authenticate with Azure AD and access different types of applications (or resources) secured by Azure AD. In all such applications, the user was a valid registered user in the same Azure AD tenant, and in which the application being accessed was registered as well.

There could be scenarios in which you might want to provide access to users who are not registered with the application’s Azure AD tenant. These users are categorized under B2B integration, in which users at another ...

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