How do I properly update expired credentials so that my releases deploy again? Apparently the client authentication is failing to get a token and my attempts so far have failed.

RA Jeff DeSouza 0 Reputation points
2024-01-25T16:59:38.9733333+00:00

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  1. Grmacjon-MSFT 14,361 Reputation points
    2024-02-21T17:03:50.79+00:00

    Hi @RA Jeff DeSouza
    The error message in the image you provided indicates that the client secret provided is invalid. This is likely causing the failure to fetch an access token for Azure, which in turn is leading to the deployment issues you’re experiencing. Here’s how you can update the expired credentials:

    1. Log in to your Azure account and go to the Azure portal.
    2. In the left-hand menu, click on “Azure Active Directory”, then select “App registrations”.
    3. Find and select your application in the list.
    4. In your application’s page, click on “Certificates & secrets”. Here, you can generate a new client secret. Make sure to save the value of the new client secret somewhere safe, as you won’t be able to see it again.
    5. Finally, update the client secret in your deployment configuration or environment variables with the new value.

    Please remember it’s crucial to keep your client secret secure and not expose it in any public or insecure locations. If you suspect that your client secret has been compromised, you should immediately generate a new one. -Grace

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