Azure Active Directory B2C is a cloud identity management solution for your consumer-facing web and mobile applications. It is a highly available global service that scales to hundreds of millions of consumer’s identities. Built on an enterprise-grade secure platform, Azure Active Directory B2C keeps your applications, your business, and your consumers protected.
Azure Active Directory B2C offers developers a better way to integrate consumer identity management into their applications with the help of a secure, standards-based platform and a rich set of extensible policies. When you use Azure Active Directory B2C, your consumers can sign up for your applications by using their existing social accounts (Facebook, Google, Amazon, LinkedIn) or by creating new credentials with username and password and called as “local accounts.”
To build an application that accepts consumer sign up and sign in, you’ll first need to register the application with an Azure Active Directory B2C tenant.
Sign into Azure subscription and get access to Azure AD B2C.
Create an Azure AD B2C tenant
Use the following steps to create a new Azure AD B2C tenant. Currently B2C features can’t be turned on in your existing tenants.
Navigate to the B2C features blade on the Azure portal
Pin this blade to your Starboard for easy access.
Azure AD B2C to access the B2C features blade –
How to add application in Azure AD B2C
After adding application, you need to share application ID with developing team for further coding to redirect to sign up and sign in page.
This is ‘renaissancesvcb2c.onmicrosoft.com’ your tenant ID and ‘https://www.contoso.com’URL will be required for configuring with Identity providers to sign up and sign in.
After configuring your tenant ID and URL with Identity providers it will provide Client and secret ID.
Add Identity Provider Use that ID and Key in Azure AD and try to Sign up and Sign in.
After Adding Identity providers.
Next step –
Add sign up polices as per your requirement.
Adding sign in policies is easier then sign up policies.
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