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Hi @MartinBH you are right - we were talking about Microsoft Account because you can use FIDO2 and WebAuthn at MSa today so it is a real-life example. With respect to Azure Active Directory, we've finished a private preview and are in the process of getting to the next phase, but when we get there A...
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The diagram about the Microsoft implementation says "Microsoft Account"; I think of this as a consumer/MSA account, NOT an org-owned, Azure Active Directory account. Is that the intent?
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Hey @infominer Oh yes. DIDs will be huge topic for 2019. Stay tuned...
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Hi @fgervais, what you're talking about is an authorization gesture, and authentication without an authorization gesture is called silent access. The simple answer is that Windows Hello always prompts the end user in a way that allows them to authorize (or dismiss) an authentication request. Beyond ...
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Hi @Pamela Dingle, when webauthn is used with windows hello face identification do you know if the user has to do something to ensure he is actually trying to log in? Like when touching a usb authenticator? I’m afraid someone could try to make you log in while you are standing in front of the window...
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