Create App Service, App Registration & Associate Certificates

In this post we can do the following:

  • Create App Service
  • Associate .PFX Certificate
  • Create App Registration
  • Associate .CER Certificate

Create App Service

Go to Azure > App Service > Create New App Service (At least B1 Plan required to have TLS settings)

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Associate .PFX Certificate

Go to App Service > TLS Settings blade > Private key certificates tab > Upload our .PFX certificate

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Note the Thumbprint of the certificate.  You will need it in the upcoming steps of the article-series.

Create App Registration

Go to Azure > Active Directory > App Registrations > Create New App Registration

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Noe the Client ID & Tenant ID.  You will need it in the upcoming steps of the article-series.

Associate .CER Certificate

Now go to the Certificates & secrets blade and upload the .CER certificate.

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Congratulations!

You are now ready with your App Service & App Registration along with the Certificates.

Note

Few notes on Certificates:

  • Issuer Information – owner information
  • Private Key – for encryption using one secret – faster
  • Public Key – for decryption using another secret  – slower & better reliable
  • Thumbprint – for identification
  • Password – for installation

References

https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/difference-between-private-key-and-public-key

Article Series

This post is part of an Article Series:

Azure Certificate based Authentication from App Service to Access Key Vault

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