Allowing different Azure AD app registration permission sets for a single app (user and elevated admin consent) using the v1 auth model

With Azure Active Directory Application Registrations there are two versions of authentication model available. v1 - all the permission scopes that your app may require must be consented to by the user up front. v2 - permission scopes can be asked for dynamically as your app is running, if the user hasn't already consented to... Continue Reading →

How to Convert A SharePoint 2010 Web App from Classic Mode Authentication to Claims Mode

Today I found myself in the following scenario; I had created a new Web Application with an authentication type of Claims Mode, and just using Windows Integrated Authentication (NTLM). I then extended the web application to a new zone (on which I was going to enabled Forms based authentication). To my surprise, when I tried... Continue Reading →

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