Lasernet 10 has support for authenticating users against external authentication providers such as Azure Active Directory. This relies on OpenID Connect as the authentication protocol.
- Lasernet is tested against Azure Active Directory but it should be possible to use other authentication providers instead.
- For Lasernet to work with an external authentication provider, the provider must support the OpenID Connect Implicit Flow and be able to issue ID Tokens with a customizable ‘roles’ claim.
- To manage user permissions in Lasernet, it must be possible to assign users to specific ‘roles’ claims.
To allow Lasernet to authenticate users against Microsoft Azure Active Directory, you must configure an App registration.
Configure Azure Active Directory
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