Configure the Microsoft provider for portals
Effective October 12, 2022, Power Apps portals is Power Pages. More information: Microsoft Power Pages is now generally available (blog)
We will soon migrate and merge the Power Apps portals documentation with Power Pages documentation.
As explained in Configure an OAuth 2.0 provider for portals, Microsoft is one of several identity providers that use the OAuth 2.0 protocol. To get started with configuring Microsoft as the identity provider, select Configure from the provider settings page.
Step 1. Create the Microsoft app
On the identity provider configuration steps, you'll see a Reply URL for your portal in step 1. You need to create an app in Azure portal with this reply URL. For step-by-step instructions, go to Quickstart: Register an application with the Microsoft identity platform.
The Reply URL is used by the Microsoft app to redirect users to the portal after the authentication succeeds. If your portal uses a custom domain name, you might have a different URL than the one provided here.
Step 2. Configure site settings
After you've created the app on the Azure portal, configure the site settings for the provider:
- Client ID: A unique app ID generated by Microsoft for your app.
- Client Secret: The client secret generated by Microsoft for your app.
(Optional) Step 3. Additional settings
To configure Additional settings for the Microsoft provider, see Configure additional settings for OAuth 2.0 providers.
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