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Test DNN Website deployed on Azure B2C on Local host

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    Hi Craig

    I followed the steps you mentioned:

    1: I removed my user account from DNN Website UAT deployed on Azure.

    2: I enabled the DNN Default Authentication in DNN Website UAT deployed on Azure.

    3: Enter my email as registered as Super User in DNN Website UAT deployed on Azure and verified all the functionality working from my users.

    4: Take the Database Backup of DNN Website UAT deployed on Azure.

    5: Restore the Database (Backup from DNN Website UAT) on my Local Machine.

    Still, I am facing the same issue that mentioned earlier.

    Would you please guide me ?

     



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      Did you also restore the files from Azure? It's possible that there is something there that is required that you don't have locally.

      Also, does the site come up on your local installation? Did you fix portal aliases on the local install to point to the local site?
      Joe Craig
      DNN MVP
      Patapsco Research Group


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        Dear Craig

        Yes, I did the all settings on my Local machine. But not worked.

        Look forward to hearing from you.

        Thanks



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          The site comes up? What is the URL?
          Joe Craig
          DNN MVP
          Patapsco Research Group


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            Dear Craig

            following is the Url: I change this in Host 

            127.0.0.1       dnn.localhost.com

            I also change in the Portal Alias Table of DNN.

            Site appears, but when I put the Email for Log-in, it doesnt show anything.

            This appears:

            https://login.microsoftonline.com/422aa2bb-b0fd-44e7-bcb9-7de5c83331dc/oauth2/authorize?scope=email&client_id=3c8a260d-5fd9-320a-b65f-efd8cad8adee&redirect_uri=https%3a%2f%2fdnn.localhost.com%2fLogin&state=Azure&response_type=code&[email protected]
             

             

             

            Thanks



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              Dear Craig

              Following are the settings related to Default Authentication and DNN Azure Active Directory Provider in DNN:

              Would you please guide me ??

              https://www.mediafire.com/file/952nkulwmj8br5c/0a_Default_Authentication_and_DNN_Azure_Active_Directory_Provider.PNG/file

              https://www.mediafire.com/file/xnf9re4w49s70xe/1A_Default_Authentication_is_enabled.PNG/file

              https://www.mediafire.com/file/1czkbz2tbal1g6r/2a_Azure_Active_Directory_is_also_enabled.PNG/file

              https://www.mediafire.com/view/ugfvl1b9a4cx7m8/2b_Azure_Active_Directory_is_also_enabled.PNG/file

              I also change in the Portal Alias Table of DNN.

              Site appears, but when I put the Email for Log-in, it doesnt show anything.

              This appears:

              https://login.microsoftonline.com/xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxxx/oauth2/authorize?scope=email&client_id=xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxxx&redirect_uri=https%3a%2f%2fdnn.localhost.com%2fLogin&state=Azure&response_type=code&[email protected]

              Note: xxxx I hide the AppID and other info

              Thanks

              Anil
               

               

               

               

               



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                On your local site:
                Did you disable Active Directory login?
                Did you enable standard DNN login?
                Joe Craig
                DNN MVP
                Patapsco Research Group


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                  Dear Craig

                  I already Disable the Azure from the DNN Administration please have a look:

                  https://www.mediafire.com/view/v5vgya2i9dmcj8k/3a_Azure_Authentication_is_disabled.PNG/file
                  https://www.mediafire.com/view/f7zib1dkl260bv6/3b_here_is_the_DNN_Login_Code.PNG/file

                  Would you please guid eme what I have to do ?

                  Thanks



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                    Without seeing your site, there isn't much that I can add.
                    Joe Craig
                    DNN MVP
                    Patapsco Research Group
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