MSAL.NET 4.0.0 is now available! We are excited to announce we are now releasing our first incremental update to MSAL.NET, bringing features that customers and partners have been asking for. These enhancements include ADFS 2019 support, asynchronous token cache serialization and interactive token acquisition on .NET Core (through the OS browser), including on Linux and Mac.Read more MSAL.NET 4.0.0 is now available!
We recently updated our documentation to include new Azure AD migration guidance, to help you move your apps from Azure AD Graph to Microsoft Graph.Read more Migrate from Azure AD Graph to Microsoft Graph
I’m excited to announce that the new App registrations experience in the Azure Portal is now generally available worldwide and in national clouds! Last November we kicked off the public preview for this experience and since then we’ve seen a number of organization and developers using the new experience and have been working hard to polish it.Read more New App registrations experience is now generally available!
Azure AD and personal Microsoft accounts come together under a single standards-compliant protocol – OpenID Connect.Read more The Microsoft Identity platform is OpenID Connect certified!
We are happy to announce new Microsoft Graph endpoints for Microsoft Cloud for US Government. These new endpoints are specific to the US Government cloud and are segregated from the Microsoft worldwide cloud. They are fully compliant with US Government data classification levels such as DoD information impact level 4 and level 5.Read more New Microsoft Graph endpoints in US Government cloud
We’re announcing that we will be introducing a user experience change to our OAuth 2.0 authorization code flow for native applicationsRead more Behavior Change: Confirmation dialog for native OAuth 2.0 applications
We are excited to announce the release of MSAL.NET 3.0-preview, which has a number of changes that will improve your experiences. Since our release of MSAL.NET 2.0-preview in August, we’ve been receiving great feedback from the community. Since August we’ve released fourteen incremental updates of MSAL.NET, improving both the API and the behavior of the library. You’ve been awesome helping us make MSAL.NET a great authentication library, but you also told us that things could be improved upon.Read more MSAL.NET 3.0-preview now available