Authentication in Teams
Use the OAuthCard for easier authentication
The Azure Bot Service’s OAuthCard has been recently introduced to make authentication easier for apps using bots. For more information on using the OAuthCard See:
The other topics in this section describe authentication without using the OAuthCard, so if you want to understand authentication in Teams more deeply, or have a situation where you can not use the OAuthCard, you can still refer to those topics.
General authentication information
Authentication flow as it applies to any authentication provider:
- Authentication flow in tabs describes how tab authentication works in Teams. This shows a typical web based authentication flow used for tabs.
- Authentication flow in bots describes how authentication works within a bot in your app in Teams. This shows a non-web based authentication flow used for bots on all versions of Teams (web, desktop app, and mobile apps)
Authentication in Azure Active Directory
Detailed implementation walkthroughs for authentication using Azure Active Directory (Azure AD):
- Azure AD authentication in tabs describes how to connect to Azure Active Directory from within a tab in your app in Teams.
- Azure AD authentication in bots describes how to connect to Azure Active Directory from within a bot in your app in Teams.
- Silent authentication (Azure AD) describes how to implement single sign on (SSO) in your app using Azure Active Directory. Currently SSO only works for tabs.
Sample code showing bot authentication in Node:
Sample code showing tab authentication for C# and Node:
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