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With Azure AD, you can either manage user accounts and applications specifically for your Azure based applications, or you can federate your existing Active Directory infrastructure with Azure AD for company-wide single-sign-on that also spans Azure resources and Azure hosted applications.
You can then assign those Azure AD user and application identities to global and service-specific roles in order to grant access to Azure resources. RBAC for runtime operations is a feature now in public preview.
The client app interacts with Azure AD to establish an authentication context, and acquires an access token for Service Bus. With domain user accounts that require interactive login, the application never handles any credentials directly. Service Bus roles and permissions For the initial public preview, you can only add Azure AD accounts and service principals to the "Owner" or "Contributor" roles of a Service Bus Messaging namespace.
This operation grants the identity full control over all entities in the namespace. Management operations that change the namespace topology are initially only supported though Azure resource management and not through the native Service Bus REST management interface.
This support also means that the. Use Service Bus with an Azure AD domain user account The following section describes the steps required to create and run a sample application that prompts for an interactive Azure AD user to log on, how to grant Service Bus access to that user account, and how to use that identity to access Event Hubs.
This introduction describes a simple console application, the code for which is on Github. Create an Active Directory user account This first step is optional. Every Azure subscription is automatically paired with an Azure Active Directory tenant and if you have access to an Azure subscription, your user account is already registered.
That means you can just use your account. If you still want to create a specific account for this scenario, follow these steps. You must have permission to create accounts in the Azure Active Directory tenant, which may not be the case for larger enterprise scenarios.
If you use your own user account and you created the namespace, you are already in the Owner role. To add a different account to the role, search for the name of the web application in the Add permissions panel Select field, and then click the entry.
The user account now has access to the Service Bus namespace, and to the queue you previously created. Register the application Before you can run the sample application, register it in Azure AD and approve the consent prompt that permits the application to access Azure Service Bus on its behalf.
Because the sample application is a console application, you must register a native application and add API permissions for Microsoft.
ServiceBus to the "required permissions" set. The detailed registration steps are explained in this tutorial.
Follow the steps to register a Native app, and then follow the update instructions to add the Microsoft. ServiceBus API to the required permissions. As you follow the steps, make note of the TenantId and the ApplicationId, as you will need these values to run the application.
Run the app Before you can run the sample, edit the App. Set to TenantId value. Set to ApplicationId value. If you want to log on using the client secret, create it in Azure AD.
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