This article explains the most typical reasons why you might get an error with an “AADSTS70005” code, and how to fix it. Spoiler alert – it usually just requires enabling Azure AD implicit grant flow for authentication! And let me show you – step by step – how to do…Continue reading Fixing an “AADSTS70005” issue by enabling the implicit authentication flow for your Azure AD app
Have you run into an AADSTS65001 error with your application, that tries to authenticate against Azure AD? I sure have – seems to happen at least every other time when I’m building something that uses AAD to authenticate against SharePoint. Fixing issues with Azure AD authentication for Enterprise applications can…Continue reading 4 ways to fix error AADSTS65001 (The user or administrator has not consented to use the application)
There’s now a new version of the assembly Microsoft.IdentityModel.Clients.ActiveDirectory available – plenty of reasons to update right away! Let me offer you one hot take on the matter since the earlier 3.x -versions of the package had some issues. Why bother updating? In an earlier post, I described an issue I…Continue reading New version of Microsoft.IdentityModel.Clients.ActiveDirectory (ADAL.NET) is out – good time to update!
Visual Studio failing to copy a referenced assembly to a project in build might lead to surprising runtime errors. This post will explain one method of fixing these issues, using Microsoft.IdentityModel.Clients.ActiveDirectory as the example – as earlier versions of that assembly had this issue! Problem After the build, you might get…Continue reading A quick (and handy!) hack to force referenced assembly to getting copied to a project