Azure Credential Options Class
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Options to configure the DefaultAzureCredential authentication flow and requests made to Azure Identity services.
public class DefaultAzureCredentialOptions : Azure.Identity.TokenCredentialOptions
type DefaultAzureCredentialOptions = class inherit TokenCredentialOptions
Public Class DefaultAzureCredentialOptions Inherits TokenCredentialOptions
Specifies tenants in addition to the specified TenantId for which the credential may acquire tokens. Add the wildcard value "*" to allow the credential to acquire tokens for any tenant the logged in account can access. If no value is specified for TenantId, this option will have no effect on that authentication method, and the credential will acquire tokens for any requested tenant when using that method. This value can also be set by setting the environment variable AZURE_ADDITIONALLY_ALLOWED_TENANTS.
Specifies timeout for credentials invoked via sub-process. e.g. Visual Studio, Azure CLI, Azure Powershell.
Gets the credential diagnostic options.(Inherited from TokenCredentialOptions)
Specifies whether the EnvironmentCredential will be excluded from the authentication flow. Setting to true disables reading authentication details from the process' environment variables.
Specifies whether the InteractiveBrowserCredential will be excluded from the DefaultAzureCredential authentication flow.
Setting to true disables launching the default system browser to authenticate in development environments.
The default is
Specifies whether the SharedTokenCacheCredential will be excluded from the DefaultAzureCredential authentication flow.
Setting to true disables single sign on authentication with development tools which write to the shared token cache.
The default is
Specifies whether the WorkloadIdentityCredential will be excluded from the authentication flow. Setting to true disables reading authentication details from the process' environment variables.
Specifies the client id of the selected credential
Gets or sets value indicating if ETW logging that contains potentially sensitive content should be logged.
Setting this property to true will not disable redaction of Request Content. To enable logging of sensitive Content
the IsLoggingContentEnabled property must be set to
Specifies the client id of a user assigned ManagedIdentity. If this value is configured, then ManagedIdentityResourceId should not be configured.
Specifies the resource id of a user assigned ManagedIdentity. If this value is configured, then ManagedIdentityClientId should not be configured.
Gets the client retry options.(Inherited from ClientOptions)
Gets or sets the policy to use for retries. If a policy is specified, it will be used in place of the Retry property. The RetryPolicy type can be derived from to modify the default behavior without needing to fully implement the retry logic. If Process(HttpMessage, ReadOnlyMemory<HttpPipelinePolicy>) is overridden or a custom HttpPipelinePolicy is specified, it is the implementer's responsibility to update the ProcessingContext values.(Inherited from ClientOptions)
Specifies the preferred authentication account to be retrieved from the shared token cache for single sign on authentication with development tools. In the case multiple accounts are found in the shared token.
The ID of the tenant to which the credential will authenticate by default. If not specified, the credential will authenticate to any requested tenant, and will default to the tenant to which the chosen authentication method was originally authenticated.
Specifies the client id of the application the workload identity will authenticate.
Adds an HttpPipeline policy into the client pipeline. The position of policy in the pipeline is controlled by the