Update: 21 July '22
Our Identity for All hackathon submission was runner up finalist.
It’s only been four months since the last Microsoft Hackathon targeted at my area of expertise. And Microsoft are back with another one. This time it is the Microsoft Identity for All Hackathon again hosted by DevPost.… keep reading
Previously I have written a number of posts on interacting with Azure AD using the Microsoft Authentication Libraries (MSAL) and Python. This page here lists those posts along with a series using PowerShell. The Python related posts also detail decoding Azure AD access tokens with Python to determine when the access token will expire.… keep reading
Earlier this year I wrote this post on Microsoft Graph using MSAL with Python and Delegated Permissions. That post used the Device Code flow which was valid for the particular scenario I had at that time. This post whilst also using delegated permissions and MSAL with Python uses Interactive Flow.… keep reading
Recently I’ve posted about accessing Microsoft Graph using MicroSoft Authentication Libraries (MSAL) with Python and using MSAL with Python and Delegated Permissions. This is the final post in the series where I give an example and script for accessing Microsoft Graph using MSAL with Python and Certificate Authentication.… keep reading
Recently I wrote the Microsoft Graph using MSAL with Python post and mentioned that I would be writing up Python versions of similar MSAL posts I have written using PowerShell. Specifically, MSAL using certificate-based authentication and the topic for this post MSAL with Python and Delegated Permissions.… keep reading
As mentioned recently in a few posts, I’ve been writing a few scripts using Python over my usual PowerShell. I’m quickly realizing why I love PowerShell so much. It makes automation tasks so easy. Today’s challenge was programmatically getting a certificate out of the Windows Certificate Store using Python.… keep reading
For MSAL with Python and Delegated Permissions
see this post.
For MSAL with Python and Certificate
Authentication see this post.
The Microsoft Authentication Libraries (MSAL) started to become generally available in May 2019 and I’ve previously written numerous posts on leveraging the .NET… keep reading