Pass-Through Authentication with Azure Active Directory, Azure SQL, Azure API and a Console Application

In situations you need to login to an application and use that identity to access an API (pass-through identity) and also get data from Azure SQL Server. With the new feature to use Azure Active Directory users within Azure SQL Server this is know is possible.

In this series of blog post I will cover the following topics:

The blog post will appear online in the upcoming weeks.

Prerequisites

During the series of blog post we will use Visual Studio 2017 and other applications.

Complete source code can be found on GitHub at the end of Part 3.

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