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Authentication in Power Apps Portals

While anonymous access can be useful, the real "power" of Power Apps Portals is letting people login and interact with their data. Portals supports a multitude of different options when it comes to how the users can login - in this session, we'll cover why you don't want to use the built-in Local Authentication, we'll do an overview of supported external identity providers/protocols, and we'll look at the new interface Microsoft recently released to make the configuration much less error prone. We'll also do a live demonstration of how to setup Microsoft's preferred authentication solution, Azure AD B2C. Authentication is something you need to deal with in every single Power Apps Portals project, and it can be a bit scary - join us for this session to take away a little bit of that fear!

  • Authentication in Power Apps Portals
    60 Minutes

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    Nicholas Hayduk

    As the founder of Engineered Code, I lead a team with expertise in web development and Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagemen