Tuesdays with Corey: The Azure Bot built on Microsoft Bot Framework

Play Tuesdays with Corey: The Azure Bot built on Microsoft Bot Framework


Corey Sanders, Director of Program Management on the Microsoft Azure Compute team gets schooled by an Azure Bot built on the Microsoft Bot Framework. Thiago Almeida takes Corey through how it all comes together and what platforms Azure Bot interacts with.

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The Discussion

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    I clicked on "click here to log into your account" as the azure bot suggests. On the AzureBot [wsfed enabled] page I enter my hotmail.com account which appears in my azure AD subsription, however nothing happens.

    Not clear how to create a specific account in AD.

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    @aljj: In the Azure portal, go to Azure Active Directory. In there, create a new user in that directory. Then give that user co-admin rights. Then you can use that user to sign in, when using the bot. I know these extra steps are a pain, we're trying to fix this so you could use your hotmail.com account but for now those extra steps are needed.

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