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We have Dynamics 365 customer engagement online setup hosted in Azure.
I'm looking to support internal staff single sign-on to an external application using OIDC; they have asked for details relating to the bulleted list below. We currently use ADFS as our IDP.
My understand is we need to;
1) Add D365 as a registered app in Azure and that gives us our Client ID
2) We then generate a client secret and set delegation
3) We then create a user in Azure and D365 of type application user ensuring the Application ID is the same as per 1) and assign security role
4) its the authorise URL and token URL i am struggling with; do i generate those using Postman or similar or are they static values?
You can use this link to get the endpoints
Few more links to Open ID provider settings.
Hope this helps
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