Sign in with b2c and return a token

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Can an app service be configured to redirect a user to sign in with b2c and return a token? We do this in code but if possible we would consider using the Authentication feature of the app service

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Hey Mrmgraham! I have Matthew Henderson in the room with me, who is a product manager on the Azure Application Services team.

Matthew: Yes, the Microsoft provider can take B2C config. If memory serves you may need to pass the sign-in flow ID as a query string parameter on the issuer URL. We don’t have an official doc for this but plenty of blogs out there on it.
Hi Skylar and Matthew, I had read this blog https://dev.to/425show/azure-app-service-authentication-ez-auth-with-azure-ad-b2c-30k4 regarding the B2C integration. I think we will build out a proof of concept to see how it works and if it is suitable for us, thanks!