I often come across issues where we need to inspect the request headers that an app services is receiving. Without code modifications its often difficult to achieve these results..
I came across an issue where I needed to collect a memory dump of the Hybrid Connection process on an app service (workerforwarder). This issue was we needed this.
Basic script to test authentication using an app registration to retrieve the last message in an inbox using Graph API. Note these are targeting the GCC-High (Government) endpoints. Basic.
In the recent months, Exchange online deprecated basic authentication with the IMAP and POP3 protocols requiring the switch to OAuth 2.0 authentication for the two protocols. Here’s a sample.
Here are the steps to access Azure Government resources from VS Code. If you experience issues even after setting these setting I’d recommend capturing a Fiddler trace to inspect.
When working with services in Azure Government, often times Azure Government endpoints have to be specified as the defaults for Azure CLI, PowerShell, the Azure SDKs, ect all will.
There are certain clients that still require a full certificate chain as they may return certificate errors. Certain web servers like IIS can build the chain while others may.
I had a customer reach out requesting how to query all certificates across all subs and figure out when they are expiring. Using Azure Resource Graph I came up.
I’m far from a PKI expert so I won’t be going into much detail as a lot of information around certificates can be found through a web search. I.