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arjunmusuvathy
Helper III
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Portal Login Page - Restrict Azure AD B2C Login Redirection

Hello

 

I have a Powerapps portal login page as below.

 

portal login sample.PNG

 

When external user click 'Azure AD B2C' button, it redirects them to the Microsoft login page to enter their username and password. To improve user experience by reducing redirection I would like to know if we can have the Azure AD B2C login username and password fields in this page itself?

 

Could you advise me on this please?

 

Thanks

Vik 

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OliverRodrigues
Super User II
Super User II

Hi, the Azure AD login is an external authentication, for this reason you can't embed the username/pwd in the Portals. any external login will always redirect the user to the authentication provider page.

Are you using the local login at all? you can remove the local sign-in by changing some site settings.

Please review this article for a better understanding of the options available: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/maker/portals/configure/set-authentication-identity

 




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Oliver Rodrigues


 

Hi @OliverRodrigues 

 

Thanks for the reply, this makes sense.

 

Yes I will be removing the local account login fields, thanks for the link you shared. 

 

Thanks

Hi @arjunmusuvathy,

You can customize the login page to be embedded in your Portal itself. I did a quick POC on this a few years ago, and it wasn't the easiest thing to implement. Hopefully it's a little better now: Customize the Azure Active Directory B2C user user interface for portals. - Power Apps | Microsoft D...

arjunmusuvathy
Helper III
Helper III

@justinburch  Thanks for the reply, can I know how did you embed the Microsoft login page in the main login page itself please? Is it possible?

Hi @arjunmusuvathy,

You wouldn't embed in the existing page, as that template is not editable. Instead, you would follow the documentation provided to create your own page (which then embeds the data from Azure B2C), and change your "Sign In" button's target.

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