Error validating wap authentication token

Rather than store user names and hashed passwords locally, the customer prefers to use a common authentication micro-service which is hosted in Azure and used in many scenarios beyond just this specific one.This particular scenario is interesting, though, because the connection between the customer’s location (where the server and clients reside) and the internet is not reliable.

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Therefore, they would like a user to be able to authenticate at some point in the morning when the connection is up and have a token that will be valid throughout that user’s work shift.

The local server, therefore, needs to be able to validate the token without access to the Azure authentication service.

First, Azure Active Directory Authentication provides identity and authentication as a service.

Using Azure AD is a quick way to get identity in an ASP.

Because JWT tokens can encapsulate claims, it’s interesting to include some claims for users other than just the defaults of user name or email address. To take advantage of this, we need to create some roles which users can be assigned to.

For demo purposes, let’s include two different types of claims. In a real application, this would likely be done by managing roles through a web interface.

To demonstrate that, I added an extra property to my This is not something that would likely be a useful claim in the real world, but I added it in my sample specifically because it’s not the sort of claim that’s already handled by any of the frameworks we’re using.

I also updated the view models and controllers associated with creating a new user to allow specifying role and office number when creating new users. NET Identity doesn’t store claim value types, so even in cases where the claim is always an integer (as in this example), it will be stored and returned as a string.

One JWT validation work flow (used by AD and some identity providers) involves requesting the public key from the issuing server and using it to validate the token’s signature.

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