In this article, We learn how to get access token in AAD using Postman. I will show how to do it, and just follow the steps clearly.
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Azure is a cloud computing platform and an online portal that allows you to access and manage cloud services and resources provided by Microsoft. These services and resources include storing your data and transforming it, depending on your requirements
Microsoft Azure Active Directory is also known as Azure AD, it is a system in Microsoft azure that enables the identity management to configures accessibility of users and groups to services and resources inside the azure.
About postman, you can refer this link and read it.
Get access using Postman
First open your Postman app, you can use browser postman or postman app in PC. In my case I like to use Postman app in PC.
- Input the following key-value pairs for request body:
- Key: “grant_type”, Value: “client_credentials”
- Key: “client_id”, Value: “<client-id>”
- Key: “client_secret”, Value: “<client-secret>”
- Key: “resource”, Value: “api://<client-id>”
and Select Send to perform the request, and if request is successfully perform and valid. Access token must be return with “access _token” tag.