information on FQDN based authentication between client and server.

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information on FQDN based authentication between client and server. 1) What are the risk associated with FQDN based authentication and How to ensure security with FQDN based authentication. 2) How to implement FQDN based authentication on Azure.
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@keshavshor4, there is a defined set of known authentication methods and FQDN is not one of them. Could you clarify what are you trying to achieve here?

@Command0r  I am new to this but i want to configure security using FQDN in my application

@keshavshor4, ok, if I get this right, you're working on the external auth provider implementation and would like to use an FQDN as a redirect URI. You generally set this up in the Active Directory, register the auth providers and your app, verify a domain name, and set it as a Redirect URI. More about this configuration here.

Debugging the app locally is not a big deal. Generally, the approach is spinning around configuring your 'hosts' file, which is well-described here.

Hope that helps :smile: