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What is authentication in an application?
It is the process of ensuring that application has the permission to perform some operation or access some data.
It is the process of verifying the identity of the end user who is accessing an application.
It is the process of requesting credentials from the user of an application.
What capabilities are supported by the Microsoft Authentication Library (MSAL)?
MSAL provides the ability to register an applications with Azure Active Directory programmatically.
MSAL provides methods for applications to call the Microsoft Graph API.
MSAL allows applications to request Azure Active Directory to provide ID tokens for the authenticated user and access tokens to make authorized calls to APIs.
What does scopes refer to when using the Microsoft Authentication Library (MSAL)?
It is the list of strings that declare the desired permissions and the resources requested by the application.
It is a URL that indicates a directory that MSAL can request authentication tokens from.
It is the URL the identity provider will send the security tokens back to.
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