Using Microsoft Graph PowerShell SDK to manage user consented permissions

The oAuth2PermissionGrant object keeps a record of user consented permissions (Delegated Permissions) in a tenant. There is one OAuth2PermissionGrant object (identified by Consent ID) for each combination of client application, resource application, and user. The sample PowerShell script in this post will perform the following tasks: Remove all MS Graph Delegated permissions (if any) for the user Perform user consent for an initial set of MS Graph permission Update the…

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Troubleshooting 403 Authorization error when calling Microsoft Graph Security API

You may get the following 403 error when using Microsoft Graph Security API to call various end points (https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/security/alert, https://graph.microsoft.com/beta/security/secoreScores, etc…) “Auth token does not contain valid permissions or user does not have valid roles” Root Cause The above error can occur if the access token is missing the following requirement: The token does not have the required Microsoft Graph permission for the https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0 (or beta)/security/xxx entity endpoint being used…

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How to Solve Failed Authentication After Publishing App to Google Play Store

Issue Description You successfully implemented Azure AD Authentication in your Android app with the Microsoft Authentication Library. The application built and executed perfectly and passed all QA testing with flying colors. And then you published the application on Google Play. And authentication doesn’t work after installing the app. If you exposed authentication error messages to the user, or had them sent to your team, then you might see an error…

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How to use Microsoft Graph SDK for PowerShell to update a registered Device’s Extension Attribute

Below is a sample PowerShell script showing how to update a registered device’s extension attribute. The sample uses extensionAttriubte3. You can easily swap this out to a different one. Refer to the Update Device documentation for more info. Note: The above device update operation requires the signed in user to be in either the Intune Administrator role or Global Administrator role.

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How to enable MSAL for Java (MSAL4J) logging in a Spring Boot application

In this blog, I’ll show how to enable MSAL4J logging using the logback framework in a spring boot web application. I’ll use our Azure AD B2C web sample here. The complete code for this blog is on github. Refer to the MSAL for Java logging documentation for more info. There are 3 main things you need to do for logging to work 1) Include the logback package in the pom.xml…

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Using Microsoft.Identity.Web to request multiple different Azure AD Access Tokens

There are times a web application may need to log in a user and call different backend Azure AD protected web APIs. The web application would need to obtain different Access Tokens, one for each web API. In this post I will attempt to demonstrate how this can be done using MIcrosoft.Identity.Web nuget package. This sample shows how to get tokens for Microsoft Graph resource and a custom web API…

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How to logout of an OAuth2 application without getting prompted to select a user

By default, when you sign out of Azure Active Directory when using a Open ID Connect/OAuth2 application, you will be prompted to select a user account to sign out of, even if there is only one user account to select. To work around this behavior, there are 3 requirements: Step (1): Add the optional claim for the login_hint Add the login_hint optional claim to the id token in the App…

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Troubleshooting Signature validation errors

These signature validation errors are caused when the resource provider (not Azure AD) is unable to validate the signature of the token, either because the signing key could not be found or the signing key used was not able to validate the signature. This article will describe the most common scenarios and solutions. The concept and root cause is still the same and will continue to apply. Unfortunately, many developers…

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Receiving error AADSTS7500514: A supported type of SAML response was not found when authenticating to Azure AD with a federated account

Customers can get the following error when authenticating to Azure Active Directory with a federated account using MSAL (or now deprecated ADAL) Authentication library. { error: “invalid_request”, error_description: “AADSTS7500514: A supported type of SAML response was not found. The supported response types are ‘Response’ (in XML namespace ‘urn:oasis:names:tc:SAML:2.0:protocol’) or ‘Assertion’ (in XML namespace ‘urn:oasis:names:tc:SAML:2.0:assertion’). …. error_uri: “https://login.microsoftonline.com/error?code=7500514” } The error is typically seen in the following environment: A federated account…

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How to perform logging for both MSAL.Net and Microsoft Graph SDK

Microsoft Graph SDK has the ability to log out complete HTTP Requests and Reponses as documented here. The way this logging mechanism works is by implementing a custom HttpClient Message handler to intercept every HTTP Request and Response between the client application and the Microsoft Graph Service. Besides hooking into GraphServiceClient’s processing pipeline to do request and response tracing, one can also configure proxy info. See Customize the Microsoft Graph…

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