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Read this article to find out more about the new functions and enhancements in the new application registration. In order to begin, you must sign up for the Azure Preview Event for Apple Registration. This quick start step corresponds to the new user interface and only works if you have chosen to preview.
When your affiliate allows you more than one client, choose your affiliate in the upper right window and tune your affiliate connection to the desired Azure AD affiliate. Choose the Azure Active Directory and then App registries (Preview) > New registry option in the menu on the right.
If the Register an Application page displays, input the application registry information for your application: Name-Entry a descriptive application name that will be shown to the user of the application. AssistedaccountTypes - Choose which bankroll your application should work with. Remedirect URI (optional) - Choose the application you are creating, Web and/or PR clients (Mobile & Desktop), and then specify the Remedirect URI (or Response URL) for your application.
Specify the basic URL of your application for Weblications. A user would use this to log on to a Web application. Specify the URI used by Azure AD for publicly available Client application to retrieve Tokens replies. Specify an application-specific value, for example, myapp: //auth. Visit our quick-starts to see typical web application samples or to see our indigenous application samples.
Once you have completed, choose Register. The Azure AD will assign a distinct application ID (client) to your application, and you will be redirected to your application overview page. In order to append extra functionality to your application, you can choose other config settings such as brand-name, certificate and secret, access rights and much more. For information about activating extra configuring functions in your application registry, such as logon information and authorizations, and activating logon for other clients' user accounts, see these quick starts:
For more information about the two AD object types that constitute a single application and the relationships between them, see Application Object and Main Object of Services. Find out more about the brand-name policies you should use when creating your application, see Application Brand-name Policies.