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Authenticated users using Azure Active Directory.

Project Description
Django Azure AD Auth

*Django Azure AD Auth* allows you to authenticate through Azure Active Directory.


Run `pip install django-azure-ad-auth`

Add the `AzureActiveDirectoryBackend` to your `AUTHENTICATION_BACKENDS` setting:




The Azure Tenant ID. It can be found in the URL of the Azure Management Portal.


The Azure Application Client ID.


**default:** `''`
The domain that is used for authorization, the federation metadata document, and loggin out.


**default:** `'openid'`
OAuth scope parameter.


**default:** `'id_token'`
Tells OAuth to return a JWT token in its response.


**default:** `'form_post'`
Defines how the response parameters are returned. Valid choices are `fragment` or `form_post`.


**default:** `True`
Allow creation of new users after successful authentication.
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